• High School Receives Six Bids for $10M Gym Expansion

    by Christopher Placek March 2015

    Maine Township High School District 207 officials have received six bids from contractors for a proposed $10 million expansion of the gymnasium at Maine West in Des Plaines.

  • Architectural Showcase: A Video Tour

    by AB Staff February 2015

    See how Athletic Business's Architectural Showcase offers unmatched year-round exposure for new and recently renovated athletic, fitness and recreation facilities.

  • Georgia AD Wants to 'Get It Right' with Indoor Facility

    by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press February 2015

    The University of Georgia will have a $30 million indoor practice facility to house future football teams and other athletic teams.

  • Georgia AD: Indoor Practice Facility Could Cost $30M

    by Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015

    Despite the hefty price, Athletic Director Greg McGarity said the UGA Athletic Association is "moving very quickly, as quickly as possible" toward building the facility.

  • U. of Georgia Indoor Practice Facility Finally on Table

    by Chip Towers; Staff February 2015

    The UGA Athletic Association Board of Directors will hear at its quarterly meeting about plans for an indoor practice facility to be built somewhere on campus within the next year or so.

  • Three Families Build Successful Training Complex

    by The Hutchinson News February 2015

    Tim and Jenny Cheatham, Jon and Amber Brown, Sausha and Greg Frieson opened the 365 Sports Complex in March and the people are coming.

  • Diamond Complex Hopes to Add Massive Indoor Facility

    by CHRISTOPHER KUHAGEN;, Lake Country Reporter (Hartland, WI) February 2015

    The Infinity Fields baseball and softball complex in the town of Waukesha could soon get a massive addition to its 31-acre site.

  • Dayton Dragons to Install $1M Video Board

    by By Dave Larsen February 2015

    The 2,050-square-foot, high-definition video board is the first-ever"13HD" video board for a minor league team.

  • Sports Complex Prospects Hinge on Prime Location

    by Chelsey Levingston February 2015

    A private developer's plan to build a new sports complex in Monroe is joining a crowded field, but the one thing in its favor is a location that is an already-established entertainment destination.

  • Gift to Cover Half of School's $1.37M Sports Building

    by Susan Dibble February 2015

    Wheaton's St. Francis High School will break ground this spring on a $1.37 million building to house some sports programs and accommodations for spectators.