First Look: New Facility Renderings Iowa State Unveils Sports Performance Center / Plaza Renderings

The $90 million project will include a four-story Sports Performance Center (right) and a gathering space for Cyclone fans. The performance center will include a 20,000-square foot academic and student services center, dining facilities and a sports nutrition center for all student-athletes.

A spectacular lighted plaza outside the north entrance of MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium will be a popular and energized gathering space for fans.

Looking down the corridor from Hilton Coliseum, you can get a feel for the massive gathering location north of Jack Trice Stadium.

Once approved by the Board of Regents, the construction is expected to begin in June, 2019. Full construction will take approximately two years.

The architects' vision of the new game-day plaza (where the Olsen Building currently sits), the Sports Performance Center (presently Lot 85 West) and a newly connected north concourse for the stadium.

"I could not be more excited and pleased that multiple donors have stepped up to provide the necessary resources to make our vision a reality." - Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard

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