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This 300+ page study is based on data from 30 college
sports arenas, about half of which are Division I colleges.
The report looks closely on how these colleges have renovated
their sports arenas and what their plans are for the future.
The study helps college sports planners and their suppliers to
answer questions such as: What has been the economic impact of
arena renovations? What percentage of colleges have a line
item in their capital budget for their arenas? How much have
colleges spent on arena renovations and what will they spend
in the near future? What are they renovating? Seating? Playing
surfaces? Locker rooms? VIP fan facilities or luxury boxes?
Stadium seating? Weight rooms? Stadium lighting or
scoreboards? In-stadium video?
The study even provides data on recent and planned
changes to halls of fame and in-stadium museums, stairwells,
landscaping, air conditioning and heating, office space and
other facets of the modern college sports arena. Data is
broken out separately by many variables, such as for Division
1 and Divisions 2 & 3, as well as for public and private
colleges, stadium seating capacity and other