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  • Precast Design Does More Than Support Stadium Seating Deck

    by Paul Steinbach January 2016

    This article appeared in the January/February issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • NFL to London? Team Could Relocate by 2022

    by Jason Scott January 2016

    Now that the Rams have packed their bags for Los Angeles, NFL owners may have a new city to use as leverage when trying to secure new stadium deals: London.

  • With St. Louis Paying Off Dome, Senator Taking Action

    by Stuart Goldman January 2016

    The Rams’ move from St. Louis to Los Angeles is now official, but there’s still $144 million worth of baggage for which their former home is still on the hook. One senator is trying to prevent that from happening again.

  • Six Fans Arrested at Bengals-Steelers Playoff Game

    by Stuart Goldman January 2016

    Saturday night’s AFC wild-card playoff game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals was hotly contested, as two costly Bengals penalties helped the Steelers to an 18-16 win.

    The action off the field at Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium was just as intense, as six people — three Steelers fans and three Bengals fans — were arrested at the game, according to multiple media reports.

  • Construction Begins in LA for Possible Rams Stadium

    by Stuart Goldman December 2015

    Stadium plans and designs of future football stadiums in Los Angeles have come and gone in the last 21 years since the city last had an NFL team. Plans have intensified this past year as reports of teams relocating to Los Angeles have gained steam.

    We now have the first evidence of a possible future stadium under construction. After requests from the Los Angeles Times, the developers of a proposed stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif.,  gave its reporters a tour of the construction’s initial stages. The Times published images and a video of the site on Wednesday.

  • Japan Gets Sneak Peek of Olympic Facility Proposals

    by Jason Scott December 2015

    Design proposals by two groups competing for a lucrative contract to build a stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics were revealed today.

    The Japan Sports Council released the designs today. View them here.

  • Maryland Considering Changing Name of Stadium

    by Jason Scott December 2015

    Wallace Loh, the president of the University of Maryland, announced on Monday that he was recommending renaming Byrd Stadium, home of the school’s football team.

  • Poor Field Leads to U.S. Women’s Soccer Cancellation

    by Stuart Goldman December 2015

    Late Saturday night, U.S. Soccer canceled Sunday’s friendly between the U.S. women’s national team and Trinidad and Tobago at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu after the synthetic turf field was deemed unplayable.

  • ABC 2015: In the Shadow of the Valley of Death

    by Paul Steinbach November 2015

    Louisiana State University treated 60 Athletic Business Conference & Expo attendees to an all-access tour of the Baton Rouge campus’s expanding recreation and athletics facilities Wednesday, culminating in a ground-level view inside Tiger Stadium, known by local fans and visiting SEC rivals alike as Death Valley. 

  • Sponsored Video: Spalding Equipment GymPro

    by AB Staff November 2015

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