September 12th, 2017 | by CollegeAD

Michigan’s previously approved $14.8 million Football Performance Center project will be on the agenda for the university’s Board of Regents this week. The athletic department is seeking regent approval for the schematic design of the Football Performance Center project, which was formally approved in May. The regents’ September meeting is scheduled for Thursday in Ann Arbor. The FPC project will renovate roughly 24,000 square feet of Michigan’s Schembechler Hall and will add about 8,000 square feet to the facility. The renovation project — designed by Kohn Pederson Fox — aims to “create state-of-the-art spaces for training, recovery, and nutrition, as well as team meeting rooms, administrative space, and support staff locker areas.” Per the athletic department, the $14.8 million price tag will be paid for from department “resources and gifts. – Nick Baumgardner, freep.comRead More

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