Rendering of an indoor sports complex proposed for Warrick County, near Interstate 69.

WARRICK COUNTY, Ind. — A new indoor sports complex in Warrick County would complement Southwest Indiana’s existing facilities and take local sports tourism to a higher level, economic development officials say.

The project is proposed by Carmel-based construction and development company Lauth and Synergy Sports Global and would cover 180,000 square feet and include a variety of indoor court space, turf fields and a banked indoor track.

It’s imagined as a site for amateur and youth volleyball, basketball, track, archery, cheer and dance events, among many other things.

The site would be near the Warrick Wellness Trail and the large medical facilities at Interstate 69 and Indiana 66. Officials cited discussions with private property owners in that area to purchase land.

Developers plan to seek private and public funding sources.

“We are super excited about it,” said Steve Roelle, executive director of Success Warrick County. “It’s still in the very early planning phases.”