Preparation for Stoffer Family Stadium and Duke Athletic Center
Bauman Parking Lot Tree Removal
In order to make room for the new Stoffer Family Stadium and Duke Athletic Center, some trees needed to be removed and/or relocated.
Digging out the Tree
"One, two, three... LIFT!!" **
** We are only kidding. No students or employees were harmed in the preparation for our new athletic structures!
Driving the tree to its new home
A new home in front of Edwards Residence Hall
Electrical, Plumbing, Data and Heating Preparation Work
New buildings and structures need things like electricity, plumbing and all kinds of other lines in order to fully function. Next up is getting ready by laying out more conduit!
Trenching is always tricky when there's already pipes located underground...
Trenching by Ross Center.
Construction is Underway
Progress as of July 2, 2013: Preparing the area for the foundation of the Stoffer Family Stadium.
July 2, 3013: Crews preparing the area for the Duke Athletic Center.
July 18, 2013: More of a foundation is starting to appear for the Duke Athletic Center.
July 18, 2013: Busy crews at work.
July 23, 2013: The view from Wheeler Sports Center to where Stoffer Stadium will be erected.
July 23, 2013: Duke Athletic Center gaining scaffolding.
August 1, 2013: The brick walls are starting to form.
August 6, 2013: Pouring concrete
August 13, 2013: Sidewalk poured connecting Ross Center and Duke Athletic Center.
August 21, 2013: The second story is starting to take shape on the Duke Athletic Center.
September 25, 2013: Structure for the Stoffer Stadium.
A better view of the risers.
September 25, 2013: Duke Athletic Center progress.
October 14, 2013: View of Stoffer Family Stadium and the Duke Athletic Center across Colcord Memorial Field.
October 28, 2013: Lifting the Press Boxes into place.
October 29, 2013: The row of Press Boxes is complete.