PHOTO: Iowa State stadium expansion to enclose south end zone
Iowa State will expand Jack Trice Stadium to more than 61,000 seats after enclosing in its south end zone.
Iowa State released "architectural sketches" Monday of an expansion project for Jack Trice Stadium, one announced in February that will enclose the open south end zone and increase capacity to above 61,000.
Images included in Monday's release:
Lookin' good, Cyclones. Per statement -- which includes other images -- "the initial phase of the renovation will close in the south end zone at the stadium with a permanent upper and lower seating bowl. That structure will house a new two-story premium club space, include an additional HD-quality video board / sound system and connect the east and west concourses."
The project is part of an overall $60 million campus improvement project and will receive final approval from the ISU Board of Regents June 5.
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Photo via USA Today Sports Images.
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