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Stadium: Architecture, Engineering, and Design AWARDED!


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The ditch above has been filled with asphalt to serve as a temporary sidewalk from the lot to the RACC during construction.

 

Not directly related, but the area west of the baseball field was being scraped by several large pieces of equipment this afternoon. It's to be releveled and resodded to give the Giants a couple of extra practice fields this summer, while Ford Field is under construction.

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UAlbany confirms that Whiting-Turner is the firm hired to build the new athletic facilities. Put in a low bid of $15.96 million in February.

 

By the sound of it the bid is significantly lower then the school expected...I wonder if any additions can be made.

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When the same company built RPI's East Campus Stadium, which did include locker rooms, a weight room, and sports medicine facilities, they broke ground August 26, 2007, topped off the last piece of steel in place in May 2008, and opened August 29, 2009.

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Mark Singelais ‏ @MarkSingelais

 

UAlbany confirms that Whiting-Turner is the firm hired to build the new athletic facilities. Put in a low bid of $15.96 million in February.

 

By the sound of it the bid is significantly lower then the school expected...I wonder if any additions can be made.

 

A number of "additions" were selected and will be incorporated in the project.

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Mark Singelais ‏ @MarkSingelais

 

UAlbany confirms that Whiting-Turner is the firm hired to build the new athletic facilities. Put in a low bid of $15.96 million in February.

 

By the sound of it the bid is significantly lower then the school expected...I wonder if any additions can be made.

 

A number of "additions" were selected and will be incorporated in the project.

 

Can you elaborate? Small trivial items or something of significance?

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Yah...I mean seriously. That is like putting a steak in front of someone who hasn't seen food in weeks. Mouthwatering, but painful on the belly.

 

Are we talking more suites? Permanent seating (please...please...i vote for this). Double tier pressbox? Lockerrooms (as the article states).

 

We need to know.

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Mark Singelais ‏ @MarkSingelais

 

UAlbany confirms that Whiting-Turner is the firm hired to build the new athletic facilities. Put in a low bid of $15.96 million in February.

 

By the sound of it the bid is significantly lower then the school expected...I wonder if any additions can be made.

 

A number of "additions" were selected and will be incorporated in the project.

 

Worst post EVER in the history of this board...

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