• Construction on Hartford Ballpark May Resume Soon

    by Stuart Goldman August 2016

    It appears the on-again, off-again minor-league baseball stadium project in Hartford, Conn., could soon be back on again.

  • Narrow Dimensions Prevent Soccer Exhibition at Stadium

    by Todd D. Milewski August 2016

    There can be big money in hosting international soccer exhibitions at American sports stadiums, but for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Camp Randall Stadium doesn't measure up.

  • Broncos Take Over Mile High Stadium Naming Rights

    by Colorado Springs Gazette August 2016

    The naming rights contract for Mile High Stadium likely will land in the hands of the Denver Broncos. Sports Authority plans to sell the naming-rights contract for the Denver football stadium to the reigning National Football League champions, according to filings made in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The bankrupt sporting goods retailer -- which has shuttered its stores nationwide and liquidated its assets -- had enlisted Hilco Streambank to market the naming rights contract Sports Authority assumed in 2011 for Mile High Stadium in Denver. Read more on Colorado Springs Gazette

  • Arthur Ashe Stadium Debuts Retractable Roof

    by Melissa Kramer August 2016

    The USTA on Tuesday officially raised the roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows in a ceremony.

  • Influencing a Recruit: 5 Keys to a Competitive Brand (Sponsored)

    by John Hamari, Facility Source August 2016

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    One or two key recruits can change a program, and in this competitive "arms race" between universities, it is wise to try to gain every advantage afforded you. Creating a remarkable, well-designed space that represents your brand is one way to gain an advantage and engage a recruit. If done right, this advantage can not only sway recruits, but donors, players, fans and alumni. Adding one or two additional supporters in each of these key areas can give you an edge.

  • HS Football Team Looks Forward to New Stadium Debut

    by Marc Pendleton August 2016

    The early enthusiasm is especially evident at Chaminade Julienne, where the Eagles football and soccer teams will play in the new Roger Glass Stadium on campus.

  • Research Center Examines Cities and Their Stadiums

    by Stuart Goldman August 2016

    In the wake of new stadium and arena projects in Atlanta, Milwaukee and Arlington, Texas, Georgia State University recently launched a research center that examines the interaction between sports teams and their cities.

  • Vikings Stadium an Architectural Icon with a Dark Side

    by Matt M. Johnson August 2016

    Described as architecturally groundbreaking by its designers and by some local architects not attached to the project, the new $1.13 billion home of the Minnesota Vikings football team has been a conversation starter since construction started in late 2013. Now complete, the downtown Minneapolis stadium might soon be one of Minnesota's most recognizable buildings.

  • Concrete Repairs Trump Wi-Fi Install at Ohio Stadium

    by Michael Huson August 2016

    Ohio State is considering whether full-blanket or partial Wi-Fi coverage would be best for the 105,000-seat stadium. That makes costs difficult to pin down, with estimates as high as $4 million.

  • Falcons Add $9.1M to Stadium Price Tag

    by Tim Tucker August 2016

    The Falcons made another $9.1 million worth of changes to the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium last month, according to a report prepared by a state agency. According to the latest project status report by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, the Falcons organization had "issued change orders" to general contractor Holder Hunt Russell Moody "in the cumulative amount of $208.6 million for various scope changes" through June.