The building inside the building becomes a room. All you have to do is walk over to cajun field and see the concession area as a building in a building. Or go to the Cajun dome and you will see the ticket offices as a separate building use in the structure. This is even more obvious now in that the dome is being totally renovated and when you go to the ticket office you don't see any evidence that the dome is being worked on.
Go to any high school football stadium and you will see rest rooms built under the stands. You could demolish the stands and have rest rooms or demolish the rest rooms and still have the stands.
Technically what we will have at Tigue Moore is what is called a "mixed use" structure. Nothing really unusual about it.
Busting rebar and setting forms today. Should be placing concrete for foundation very soon.
Someone moved the Construction Cam. Much better view now
Yes, more symmetrical, I noticed that this morning when I checked things out.
I would hope that they would move the camera a little further away because, once they start erection the structure the only thing we will see is the wall that is going to be atop the footing immediately in front of the camera.
I have actually been impressed with the amount of workers lately and how much progress theyve made the past two weeks.
It will be really interesting to see what ULL does for early-season home series. Ballpark won't be ready, but sounds like LSU is an option.— Kendall Rogers (@KendallRogersD1) October 7, 2016
Please don't kill him. He knows not what he says