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Mammoth Announces Matt Keys As Director Of Sports Design

Rachel Harden

Rachel Harden

Director of Public Relations

MERIDEN, Kan. - Mammoth Sports on Wednesday announced Matt Keys has joined its Architecture Division as Director of Sports Design. 


Matt comes to Mammoth with previous work as a licensed architect with HOK Group, Populous, Hollis + Miller, and 360 Architecture in Kansas City. 


His design experience features an emphasis on collegiate athletic facilities. Previous projects include serving as lead architect for $63 million improvements to the west endzone at Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia. 


Matt also designed complete renovations of the football locker room at Northwest Missouri State. The project was a cost-effective way to make the space practical and comfortable while instilling a sense of team pride. 


He also created renderings for a new football training facility at Fort Hays State. School leaders used the images to fundraise for the new facility.


“Matt brings world-class experience in collegiate sports design to the team. His commitment to relationships and living out his values means our clients will always get the best in user experience in the spaces he designs. We are thrilled to welcome him aboard,” said Mammoth CEO Jake Farrant. 


Matt and his wife Katie have two young children. He says his interest in Mammoth was sparked by the company culture that emphasizes family and the benefits sports bring to a community.

“I love to be around people who will push me as an architect and the challenge that comes with that mentality,” Matt said.  “Mammoth has a huge focus on family, and my family is  the most important part of my life. The passion for sports also aligned with my love for sports, which is exciting” 


Matt will be working from the Mammoth Lenexa Design Studio when it opens this spring. 


Mammoth Sports builds fields and facilities for teams in the NFL, Big 10, SEC, Big 12, MIAA, NSIC, NAIA, GLVC, KCAC, Heart of America, and Gulf South conferences, along with thousands of high schools. Since its founding in 2008, it has expanded and acquired services including golf course construction, concrete products and supply, general construction, and architecture and engineering design. In 2021 it acquired a full-service marketing and creative services firm.


Mammoth is based in Meriden, Kansas, and has offices in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Lenexa, Kansas. Learn more at

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