KSU to unveil stadium plans at spring game

By The Mercury

Kansas State officials plan to unveil the design of the latest football stadium project at the April 26 spring game, according to reports.

Sources told the Kansas City Star that K-State is “full speed ahead right now,” as its works on the $50 million improvements to the north end zone of Bill Snyder Family Stadium

The project is expected to begin at the end of the upcoming season and be ready in time for the 2015 season.

The renovations will be a full upgrade to the Vanier Football Complex — including new locker rooms, meeting rooms, video room and weight room. It will also feature a new Academic Learning Center. Additional amenities could include a fan deck, new restrooms and a wider concourse.

The project was recently bolstered by a record $20 million gift from the Vanier family.

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