Mizzou unveils south end zone facility plans



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Missouri Tigers (Mizzou) Football team’s new south end zone facility at Faurot Field, Memorial Stadium is projected to complete on 30th August, 2019 according to the team’s official website MUTigers.com. The Columbia-based University of Missouri’s team recently released an exclusive walk-through of the new facility that will take its fans through a guided tour of the upcoming venue before the 2019 season opens.

The venue will have 16 suites, a 750-person field-level, a 1,254-seat indoor club area with food service and restrooms and general seating for 1,324 spectators approximately. A new kitchen will also be built to cater to the new premium areas. To link the east and west wings of the stadium, a new concourse will be built, which will create more facilities for the fans to enhance their experience at a Mizzou game and the new video boards will take the game day to a new level.

The new football operations area for the Tigers will comprise of team and staff locker rooms, coaches’ offices, team and position meeting rooms, a new and improved sports medicine facility featuring a Hydrotherapy area and recovery pools, Hydroworx and lap pools, weight and equipment rooms along with nutrition oasis. A new recruiting lounge will allow the Tigers’ staff to host recruits.

A majestic entrance lobby will greet visitors at field level with a display of the proud Mizzou football tradition. A few other features of the stadium include rooftop video deck, two-bay loading dock, and a new road to connect the west side to the south side of the stadium.

The architects for the project are the Kansas City, Missouri based Populous. The firm is designing three new college football stadiums, SunTrust Park, new home of the Atlanta Braves and Yankee stadium. The project’s construction managers will be M.A. Mortenson Company from Minneapolis, which is also involved in the Braves’ SunTrust Park, Golden State Warriors’ new arena, Chase Center and the University of Minnesota’s new athletic village among others.

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