This 175-page study is based on detailed data from more than 50 American colleges, 35 of which participate in Division 1 sports. Some of the participants include William & Mary, Georgetown, the University of Nevada, the University of Michigan, the University of Mississippi and many others. The report gives highly detailed data about how colleges have renovated their stadiums and what their renovation plans are for the future. The highly specific data in the report covers recent spending on video screens, scoreboards, playing turf, locker rooms, weight rooms, luxury boxes and other VIP seating, energy saving technology, field lighting, heating and air conditioning, parking, stadium ramps, insulation, roofing and flooring, artwork and statues, "halls of fame," restrooms, concessions, press boxes, office and classroom space and many other facets of college sports stadiums. The study also gives detailed spending data on overall capital spending related to stadiums and plans for the future. The data in the report is broken out by stadium seating capacity, by size of college, for public and private colleges, by age of stadium and other variables for easier benchmarking. This groundbreaking study enables college planners and vendors interested in selling into this market to answer questions such as: what percentage of colleges plant to renovate their stadiums over the next five years? How many have done so over the past five years? What are they most satisfied with regarding their renovations? How much do they plan to spend on particulars such as field lighting, or new weight rooms?
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Book Description Primary Research Group, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 170 pages. 10.75x8.25x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk1574402250