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This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by 81 Alumnus 16 months ago
thanks for posting.
Good find. Thanks.
Thanks.... very proud of our direction.
That is awesome, thanks for posting
Thanks. Pushpin worthy IMO
One clarification....the BOT approved $250k for the hiring of an architect for the plaza work. Which is Phase 1.
The main focus of that project will be brought to the BOT for approval once the architect comes back with the official presentation.
I would think the attached presentation will still be the target date...ready for the 2015 season!!!
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
Looks great. Looking forward to the plaza around W-B.
Thanks for the post.
I hate to be a fuddy duddy but I'm not crazy abut the mock up around the stadium. Especially for 14 mil. I hope the architech comes up with something a little more green, more brick, less concrete and a little more exciting.
I know this is very preliminary. I think and hope we will be wowed when the final thing is done.
This post was edited by Lowcountry Cock 16 months ago
I actually agree with this. The grass/concrete pattern looks a bit ridiculous. All in all, very nice work though.
Why are we adding to the new tennis facility already, why was it not done when we built it?
If they want the trees in the WB mock up to thrive, they are going to need a lot more green space to do so. Those little islands look nice, but they really hurt the growth of the trees.
Little circular area in front of the indoor practice facility would be a pretty sweet place to have statues of our past heisman winner and others soon to come, or maybe has visions of putting his own statue there when he wins the SEC.
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