August 14th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Since the DakotaDome was built 40 years ago, almost everything athletically at the University of South Dakota has centered on the iconic structure on campus. Now it’s the dome’s turn for some upgrades. A $24.2 million project has taken over the entire west end of the DakotaDome. Work began in February, and the construction includes adding permanent seating on the west side of the building along with suites and loge boxes, a separate floor to house football coaches offices and meeting rooms for the team and a bottom level that will house the football locker room, meeting spaces, lounge areas and office space. The project is scheduled to take around 18 months, and the goal is to have the project completed in time for the 2020 football season. –Sioux City Journal. Read More.

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