Seven firms shortlisted for CSU's stadium
Interviews for those that have been shortlisted will be carried out by the university Oct. 17 and 18, according to Mike Hooker, executive director of public affairs and communications at CSU.
Last week, one year after fundraising began, Frank said in a letter to the CSU Board of Governors that the estimated cost had been revised down by $20 million and that he expected to be one-third of the way to the fundraising goal, now at $113 million, by the end of 2013.
The stadium project has been hotly contested in the Fort Collins community, with many Fort Collins residents saying that the stadium would be too large in the middle of town, parking would be inadequate and that money should be directed to academics.
Read more about the potential stadium here.
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that PCL Construction Services was headquartered in Canada. The company was founded in Canada but is now headquartered in Denver.
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