Facility Friday: New Sports Complex, Utah Stadium and More

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The Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus of Pasco County (Fla.) officially opened on Thursday. The $29 million, 98,000-square-foot facility boasts amenities such as two 35,500-square-foot multi-use courts, a competition cheer studio, two multipurpose outdoor fields, an athletic training center and more. The facility is expected to boost the area’s sports tourism industry. — Press release

[Photo courtesy Experience Florida’s Sports Coast][Photo courtesy Experience Florida’s Sports Coast]

Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium renovation project reached a milestone this week, as the demolition of the Spence Clark Football Center began to clear the way for the new Ken Garff Performance Zone. The new facility will include locker rooms for both the Utah football program and visiting teams, a sports medicine space and add nearly 5,000 new seats to the venue. Construction is expected to be completed prior to the 2021 football season. — SI.com 

The U.S. Military Academy is preparing a renovation for the East Stands at Michie Stadium, home of the Black Knights football program. Architecture firm EwingCole is leading the effort to design, plan and program the space with modern amenities to optimize fan experience, sustainability goals, and technology integration.[Image courtesy EwingCole][Image courtesy EwingCole]

The demolition of the Henderson Pavilion in Nevada has begun, to pave the way for a new arena for the Henderson Silver Knights AHL franchise. The new facility, which will have seating for 6,000, is expected to be completed by 2022. — 8newsnow.com

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