CSU Football Stadium
|Country||United States of America|
|Cost||220 mln $|
|Contractor||Icon Venue Group|
CSU Football Stadium – design description
New stadium for Colorado State University is to be built at the heart of the university’s campus, differing from current Hughes Stadium standing outside the city.
With attractive design, educational and commercial facilities it is to help build a strong football team and support CSU financially with public funding being cut. The stadium is a way to remain competitive when fighting for new students, willing to pay high tuitions.
Its cost is estimated at $220 million, of which the university has to gather half by October 2014 to get the project going.
New stadium: Colorado State's sandstone-covered home
After less than 2 years of construction and $220 million spent, Colorado State University has a brand new football stadium, finally back on campus after half a century of playing outside.
USA: Anonymous donor gives $20 million for CSU stadium
Colorado State University received a $20 million donation for their new football stadium. One thing the anonymous donor asked for is keeping the field named after coach Sonny Lubick.
Colorado: CSU Stadium excavation begins
4,600 truckloads of soil need to be removed before the new 40,000-stadium of Colorado State University gets built. First foundations are to be poured next week.
USA: Construction begins in Fort Collins
South end of the Colorado State University Campus is beginning its long-anticipated transformation. New 40,000-capacity stadium will be ready in just over two years.