Building Projects News - Page 3

Page 3 of Building Projects News issued by the Send2Press® Newswire service.



Nearly 3,000 in Attendance as the Black Knights of Towanda Baptize Their New Stadium and Multipurpose Complex Constructed by Southern Bleacher

TOWANDA, Pa. – Sept. 24 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — What better way to kick off a football season than to do so in winning fashion in front of nearly 3,000 spectators all seated in a newly constructed stadium and multipurpose complex? The Black Knights of Towanda, Pa. certainly can’t think of a better way! And the Southern Bleacher Company, based in Graham, Texas, was pleased to partner with the dedicated architectural firm Highland Associates.

University of Sioux Falls Selects Southern Bleacher and Millers Sellers Heroux to Give Them First Home Field Advantage

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sept. 20 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Southern Bleacher Company, based in Graham, Texas, is pleased to announce that, in conjunction with architectural firm Miller Sellers Heroux, Southern Bleacher recently completed its portion of the impressive Sanford Health Sports Complex that includes the 2006 NAIA National Champion Cougar’s football complex.

Florida International University Selects Southern Bleacher and Odebrecht to Build Their Dream Stadium

MIAMI, Fla. – May 11 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Southern Bleacher Company, based in Graham, Texas, is pleased to announce that, in conjunction with lead contractor Odebrecht of Coral Gables, Florida, Southern Bleacher will provide seating for Florida International University’s vast stadium expansion. ‘This will be the crown jewel of FIU’s athletic department,’ Athletic Director Pete Garcia said. ‘The stadium will be the vehicle that will take the athletic department to the next level.’

Southern Bleacher Scores a Touchdown for Stanford University with New Football Stadium

STANFORD, CA – Aug. 11 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Southern Bleacher Company, based in Graham, TX, has constructed, in part, a brand new football stadium for the University of Stanford in California that is scheduled to open in September of 2006. In June of 2005, Stanford University’s Board of Trustees gave preliminary approval for a major re-building of Stanford Stadium; the 85,500-seat facility has been the home of Stanford Football since 1921.