UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

November 8th, 2019 | by Corbett Ourso
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
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The University of Tennessee has released a new timeline for proposed renovations of Neyland Stadium. The initial $180 Million plan was approved in 2017 but put on pause last November by AD Phillip Fulmer so it could be reviewed and refined. In 2020, the stadium’s sound system will be replaced and significantly upgraded prior to the football season; in 2021, the Lauricella Center for Letter Winners and Wolf-Kaplan Hospitality Center will be renovated, and the fifth-level media facilities on the stadium’s west side will be converted into a unique, open-air donor lounge; in 2022, the main level-one south concourse renovations will be completed, and they will add a north-side videoboard and rebuild the lower-west-side seating deck; in 2023, new entry plazas in the southwest and southeast will be added to consolidate stadium entry for easier access and improved security. – WBIR, Read More

 

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