May 25, 2005
- 2005 National I-Club Spring Banquet Tour
- Follow the Renovation of Kinnick!
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: The Game Story
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Photos from the Game
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Notes from the Game
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Statistics from the game
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Video Highlights from the Game
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Listen to the Game
- 2005 Capital One Bowl: Watch Mediacom’s Pre-Game Special
- The Schedule: 2005 and Beyond
- Order your 2004 Iowa Football Instant Replay DVD
- 2005 FanFest: Photo Gallery
More brick, more paint, more concrete and “The Man” at Kinnick.
That’s a quick summary of the images that were dropped today into the photo gallery inside kinnickrenovation.com, the official world wide web site of the multi-million dollar renovation of historic Kinnick Stadium.
In short, work continues on all fronts from brickwork on the façade of the new south grandstand, to the painting of the walls in the ground floor of that structure, to the pouring of concrete in the parking lot west of the structure.
And, of course, the work will continue. Pieces of the structure that will hold the new scoreboard/videowall/sound system that will be installed on the south grandstand will begin to arrive next week with installation to begin the second full week of June.
Work also continues on the steel “erector set” that will eventually be the skeleton of the new press box.
And, finally, work continues administratively with the finishing touches being put on the materials that will support the fund-raising campaign that will provide any friend or fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes to contribute to the project.
Of course, work also continues on the sale of season tickets for the 2005 home season. For more information about season tickets and three-game ticket packages to the home games of the 2005 Iowa Hawkeyes, click HERE.
To review the Hawkeyes’ 2005 schedule, click HERE.
Friends and fans of the University of Iowa are also invited to check out the construction progress on the UI’s “West Campus Project.” This multi-million dollar effort will impact Iowa’s varsity field hockey, soccer, and men’s and women’s tennis programs. It will also have a positive impact on a variety of recreation opportunities for the enthusiasts in the greater University of Iowa community.
Click HERE to visit westcampusproject.com.