CSU selects ICON Venue Group to assess stadium feasibility
ICON has 30 stadium and arena projects in its portfolio, including the Pepsi Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the FirstBank Center and Dick's Sporting Goods Park. The firm will serve as a consultant to CSU's Stadium Advisory Committee on issues such as design, funding, site analysis and stakeholder engagement.
"ICON has deep experience overseeing complex stadium projects, including landmark venues in Colorado, and their input an counsel will be invaluable as we examine whether to move ahead with a new stadium at Colorado State," said Amy Parsons, vice president for University Operations and co-chair of CSU's Stadium Advisory Committee.
"Most importantly, as we begin to focus on selection and analysis of potential sites, they'll work closely with the committee to ensure that we continue to have a robust public engagement strategy that captures all the issues and opportunities associated with the potential project," Parsons said.
To read more about the argument for and against a potential on-campus stadium, click here.
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