The Bethel Track and Field Pavilion is designed as part of the new running track for Bethel High School. The building is oriented at a 45-degree angle from the track radius. Each of the two levels has a covered porch to protect the doors and provide some shelter in precipitous weather. The roof is painted metal (Bethel maroon school color) with a 12:12 pitch in the middle and 6:12 pitched wings, symbolic of the winged foot. Prefabricated wood trusses support the roof. The walls are brick on the lower level, to match the school building, and white (school color) vertical siding on the track level. The track storage area has minimal windows, enough for a bit of natural light to dissuade the using of the artificial lighting. The floors are concrete slab on grade for the lower level and a slab on metal decking supported by steel beams for the upper level. On the track side, a clock reminds athletes, coaches, and parents of starting and ending practices and contests on time. The opposite side has a round window, somewhat reminiscent of a birdhouse in keeping with the ‘flight’ theme.