Survey of College Sports Stadium and Arena Playing Surfaces Renovation Practices
The report presents detailed data from 78 college sports stadiums and arenas about their past, current and planned future practices regarding their stadium and arena playing surfaces and related landscaping and areas. The study helps its readers to answer questions such as: How much do colleges spend on playing surface renovation? How many plan renovations of their arena playing surfaces over the next few years? How many have renovated their stadium playing turf or related landscape and areas in recent years?
Among the study’s many participants are: Bucknell University, the College of William & Mary, Georgetown University, Indiana State University, Louisiana Tech University, Michigan State University, Simon Fraser University, Texas A&M, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Colorado, the University of Maryland, the University of Nevada, and many, many others. The data in the report is drawn from two recently published reports – The Survey of College Sports Stadium Redesign Efforts and College Sports Arena Renovation Benchmarks, also available from Primary Research Group. Data in the report is broken out by many variables including college size, athletic division, age of stadium, seating capacity and other variables.
Primary Research Group publishes research reports, surveys, and benchmarking studies for businesses, colleges, libraries, law firms, hospitals, museums, and other institutions. Based on substantial primary and secondary research, our benchmarking studies allow institutions to compare their budgets, managerial decisions, technology purchases, and strategic visions to those of their peers.