Memorial Stadium’s massive renovation project could pick up a big win this Friday
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) — Football fans may want to tailgate before Friday’s University of Nebraska Board of Regents meeting.
They should consider approving a contract for the highly anticipated renovation of Memorial Stadium.
The massive project comes as the venue celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Right now it should cost between $200 million and $500 million.
Officials say they want to make the stadium more fan-friendly for decades to come.
Athletic Director Trev Alberts said they are looking to redevelop the South Zone area, the concessions and the concourses as well.
His department reviewed about 22,000 responses to a survey asking fans which services they would like to see improved the most.
Nebraska will also open a $160 million soccer facility this year.
The size of his weight room alone will roughly double.
It will also bring together the leaders of multiple fields that the team relies on to perform at their best under one roof.
This includes leaders in sports psychology, sports medicine and the Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab.
Friday’s Board of Regents meeting starts at 9:00
We will have a full analysis of what was decided both online and on the air during the day.
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