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Conceptual Facility Renderings


By WVU Sports Communications for WVUsports.com
April 08, 2014 10:58 AM
 
Significant improvements and investments for West Virginia University athletic facilities gained a vote of approval last Friday from the Board of Governors.
 
Now, pending further authorization from the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission at its April meeting, the projects are getting closer to becoming a reality.
 
Also last week, the Board’s seven-member Finance Sub-Committee approved the plans and associated resolutions that would authorize the issuance of revenue bonds in late summer to cover the principal costs of updating and modernizing many of WVU’s decades-old facilities.
 
The athletic facilities master plan – with some projects expected to begin later this year, others in the coming years – is estimated to cost $106 million, with $75 million in bonds made possible from guaranteed annual revenue from the Big 12 Conference, $6 million from a capital expenditure fund in the multimedia rights contract with IMG and $25 million in private donations through the Mountaineer Athletic Club.
 
Conceptual Facility Renderings
 
Milan Puskar Center Team Meeting Area
 
Milan Puskar Center Team Meeting Area
 
Milan Puskar Center Team Meeting Area
 
Milan Puskar Stadium concourse expansion
 
Milan Puskar Stadium concourse expansion
 
Milan Puskar Stadium concourse expansion
 
New ballpark at University Town Centre
 
New ballpark at University Town Centre
 
 



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