• New Braves Ballpark Could Feature Zip Line

    by Atlanta Journal-Constitution March 2016

    The Atlanta Braves are considering a "zip line" for SunTrust Park, although the team provided no details about how it would operate, where it would be located or if there would be a charge for fans to zip around the new stadium.

  • No-Bid Process for ODU Stadium Would Save Time, Money

    by Harry Minium March 2016

  • District to Install New Turf, Other Projects Planned

    by Nick Blizzard March 2016

    Replacing turf at Roush Stadium is expected to begin next week as Kettering City school district starts upgrades financed with the passage of a March school levy. The project at the football facility should start Monday, said Ken Lackey, director of business services for Kettering City Schools.

  • Opinion: Players, Team Would Benefit From New Stadium

    by Vic Carucci March 2016

    There are plenty of skeptics who aren't buying the view of the NFL and some of its club owners that the Buffalo Bills need a new stadium to enhance their long-term viability. They think it's all about greed, about billionaires wanting to line their pockets with no concern for the Bills or Western New York. After all, the NFL didn't become the gargantuan, money-making monster it is by being all warm and fuzzy with its business dealings.

  • Suicide Bombing Kills 41 at Iraq Soccer Stadium

    by Stuart Goldman March 2016

    A suicide bombing at a soccer stadium in Iraq killed 41 and injured 105 last Friday, according to multiple reports.

  • Massive Scoreboard Trend on Display in Twin Cities

    by Jason Gonzalez March 2016

    Target Center will showcase the largest center-hung arena scoreboard in the Upper Midwest starting this summer. The Timberwolves and Lynx released images of the monstrosity Wednesday and raved about the 4,300 square feet of display space.

  • David Beckham Secures Site for Miami Soccer Stadium

    by Douglas Hanks and David Smiley March 2016

    David Beckham and his investors have purchased the private land needed for a new stadium in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, the organization announced Thursday, marking the first time the celebrity athlete has actually acquired Miami real estate for his Major League Soccer franchise.

  • Minneapolis Construction Firm Tapped for Bucks Arena

    by Rick Barrett March 2016

    A Minneapolis firm has been named general contractor for construction of the new Milwaukee Bucks arena. Mortenson Construction says it is the second-largest sports complex builder in the country, having completed more than 160 sports and entertainment projects in the U.S., and currently building the future homes of the NFL's Minnesota Vikings (U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis) and MLB's Atlanta Braves (SunTrust Park in Cobb County, Ga.). Mortenson also has been hired to build the Chase Center, the future home of the Golden State Warriors in San Francisco. "Mortenson and all our team members are excited to be selected by the Bucks organization as the builder for their new arena," Derek Cunz, vice president and general manager of Mortenson's Sports Group, said in a news release.

  • Ohio Stadium Gets Temporary Grass for Soccer Friendly

    by Shawn Mitchell March 2016

    An international friendly between Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain will be played on a temporary grass surface at Ohio Stadium that will begin to be installed several days prior. Because of the 105,000-seat stadium's configuration, the field will measure about 68 yards wide, 2 yards shy of FIFA regulations but about 5 yards wider than the field on which the Crew played.

  • NFL Officials Hope for New Bills Stadium

    by Vic Carucci March 2016

    Commissioner Roger Goodell, executives at the league office and owners of other NFL teams believe it's imperative that the Bills have a new stadium