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June 2010

Athletic Management is pleased to provide you with this newsletter containing information on construction and renovation projects from around the country.


Simpson University in Redding, California  has a project for a $2.2 million athletic complex on 11 acres. This is to be built in three phases. Phase I is a lighted baseball field with a 1,000-seat grandstand. Groundbreaking is expected at the end of June 2010. Most products will be reused from a disassembled baseball field.

Streetsboro (Ohio) High School’s  Glinatsis Stadium renovation includes new synthetic turf field for football and soccer, an all-weather track, concession stand, weight room, boys and girls locker rooms, storage, baseball and softball hitting room, press box, and a hall of fame.

The University of Central Florida  Athletics Board of Directors recently accepted an extensive athletics facility development plan, which calls for $70 million worth of construction on campus in the next 10 years. The plan will soon be presented to the UCF Board of Trustees for final approval before the fundraising process begins.

The Texas A&M University  Olsen Field (baseball) renovation is a $16 million project to be funded by private donations. It is a Two Phase Project.

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