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Penn State Announces Beaver Stadium Survey

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Penn State Athletics has announced it will partner with CAA ICON and Populous on a survey to further evaluate potential football stadium development options. This is the next phase in the Beaver Stadium Concept Study, which began in May of 2021.

Penn State has worked with both organizations before. CAA ICON helped with the construction of the Pegula Ice Arena while Populous has been helping out with the ICA Facilities Master Plan, which was announced in March 2017.

Select people will receive the survey via email. The survey is to help the Beaver Stadium study, to improve the longevity of the 63-year old stadium. Its’ goal is to review and evaluate current and upcoming required major maintenance projects, as well as investigate renovation options to improve fan comfort and provide a greater variety of amenities to support the evolving needs of the student-athletes, fans and campus community.

Populous is a global architecture and design firm that has designed more than 3,000 projects worth $40 billion over the last 40 years. CAA ICON is the world’s-leading owners representative and strategic management consulting firm for public and private sports and entertainment facility owners/operators, professional franchises, and leagues. They have clients across 11 different sports, also worth about $40 billion.

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