Construction to Begin on the University of Arizona’s $15M Indoor Football Practice Facility
The University of Arizona is expected to break ground on a $15 million practice facility for its football program in April and the architect recently released some possible renderings of the project.
The schools plans to have the 65-football tall facility finished by the beginning of 2019.
Arizona describes the project on its construction website: “The proposed new building would provide safe all-weather practice for football and other sports. The multi-use facility is envisioned to benefit multiple sports and could also possibly serve as an additional game day venue.”
Details on the facility:
Arizona hasn’t announced its final plan for the indoor practice center, but renderings from bws Architects offer a glimpse at how it could look.
The facility will be built near Kindall/Sancet Stadium in Tucson, where the football team practices outdoors.
It will have a 90-foot turf field with one end zone.
The architects said it could potentially hold a beer garden and tailgate functions in addition to football practices.
Read original article on AZ Central here to learn more about the facility.