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Tiger Pride Renovations Approved

Feb. 20, 2001

TIGER PRIDE UPDATE (As of February 19, 2001)

PROJECT: Memorial Stadium – Phase II – South SideSCOPE: Grading, paving, fencing * New restrooms * New concessions * New concourse lighting * New signage and graphicsARCHITECT: Heery Int.STATUS: Contract awarded to Zorn Co.CONTRACT AMT: $2,500,000START DATE: February 2001COMPLETION: August 2001

PROJECT: Memorial Stadium – Phase III – West End Zone, North SideSCOPE: North Side: Mirror all work done on South Side West End Zone: * New team locker rooms, training and equipment (visitor and home) * Officials locker area * Elevated concourse to connect North and South sides * New restrooms * New concessions * Fun Zone * Recruiting Room * New entrance plaza at street level * New building at Gate 13 similar in shape and size to IPTAY/Tickets complex A. First Floor – storage, commissary to supply concessions stands, and long-term potential to prepare food for executive suites, new Letterman’s Room B. Second Floor – restaurant and related kitchen area, novelty/souvenir area, private dining roomARCHITECT: Heery Int.STATUS: Receive bids July 2001EST. COST: $18,500,000START DATE: November 2001COMPLETION: August 2002

PROJECT: Littlejohn Coliseum – Renovate/AnnexSCOPE: Annex south of existing coliseum to contain locker rooms, training and equipment areas, weight room, team lounges, and practice court for men’s and women’s basketball teams. Renovation of existing coliseum to include improved site lines, new seating, new sound system, new concessions, new restrooms, widened concourse, new ticket and entrance areas, new mechanical system, renovation of existing areas off of tunnel to accommodate press, post-game interviews and storage. ARCHITECT: HOKEST. COST: Annex: $ 7,300,000 Renovation: $14,200,000STATUS: Contractors pre-qualified:START DATE: Annex: August 2001 Renovation: March 2002COMPLETION: Annex: December 2002 Renovation: December 2002

NOTES:1. We may be missing part of the beginning of the 2002/2003 Season. 2. Coliseum will be unavailable for events for 9-10 months (3/4/02-12/2/02). 3. Mechanical Drawings are now in CD phase. 4. CD’s are in production.

Littlejohn Coliseum

Littlejohn Coliseum (Side View)

PROJECT: Doug Kingsmore StadiumSCOPE: Grading, paving, fencing, landscaping, new ticket booths, new restroom, new concessions, new press facilities, expanded dugouts, batters eye improvements, scoreboard improvements, home team locker and lounge renovations.ARCHITECT: HOKEST. COST: $2,000,000STATUS: In design developmentSTART DATE: May 2002COMPLETION: February 2003

PROJECT: Indoor TrackSCOPE: 200-meter 6-lane track with field event areas. Facility to accommodate inclement weather workouts by football, baseball, soccer, etc.ARCHITECT: McMillan-Smith & PartnersSTATUS: Design development in process.EST. COST: $3,000,000START DATE: Fall 2001COMPLETION: 8-month contract – Late Spring/Summer 2002

Indoor Track Facility

PROJECT: Athletic Heritage CenterSCOPE: New building and/or additions to Jervey and McFadden to include museum/display area, new football locker room/lounge area, team meeting room, new weight room, training room equipment area, head coach’s suite.ARCHITECT: Corley Redfoot & Zack/Freeman Major ArchitectsSTATUS: Currently in site selection, programming and schematic design.EST. COST: TBA Programming and schematic design must be complete in order to estimate start and completion dates.

PROJECT: New lights for Memorial StadiumSCOPE: Design and install new lighting system for Memorial Stadium. System to provide sufficient foot candle levels for televised games without supplementary lighting.ARCHITECT: Successful vendor to provide design as part of package.STATUS: Project to be bid by University Procurement Office in March 2001.EST. COST: $400,000COMPLETION: August 2001

PROJECT: Memorial Stadium/Frank Howard Field UpgradeSCOPE: Bring existing surface up to current accepted standards for Division I football competition. Work to include: A. Remove crown and establish flat playing surface B. Establish sand-based growing medium to facilitate drainage C. Install new grade specific irrigation D. Install “SubAir” central moisture control and aeration system to ensure maximum performance of playing surface regardless of weather conditions E. Renovation of existing field (investment) dictates replacement of existing 50+ year old storm sewer and sanitary sewer lines (that serve all of campus) and run directly underneath playing surface. Rerouting of existing lines not feasible because of elevationsARCHITECT: HSM&MSTATUS: Documents being prepared to advertiseEST. COST: $1,000,000START DATE: November 2001COMPLETION: May 2002