LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic is prompting a change in plans for the University of Nebraska’s $155 million football training facility project.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the Board of Regents on December 4 will hear a plan to split the project into two phases.
Phase 1 calls for completing the new building “with shelled space at the base of a new North Stadium tower.”
Phase 2 will build out the Academic Center and training area in the new building, and calls for the completion of renovations at the Hawks Championship Center.
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