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Don Muret

Don Muret covers facilities for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Snider’s move to lock up events shaped Philly’s arena scene

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 25 / 16

T he swapping of Ed Snider stories included this facilities-related nugget from the early 1990s, when both the Flyers and Sixers were poised to build arenas in Greater Philadelphia. Jim Riordan , director of Florida Atlantic Univer...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Sources: Lions Award Merch Contract To Levy

Levy Restaurants has been awarded the Lions’ merchandise contract at Ford Field, replacing MainGate, according to multiple sources. Chicago-based Levy already runs the stadium’s food operation. Lions officials said that they had nothing to confirm as of presstime. The agreement is b ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Breaking Ground: Let's dance

D avidson College’s new basketball and volleyball practice facility addresses the needs of a third constituency on campus — the school’s dance programs. The Harry L. Vance Athletic Center , a $13.3 million project that opened ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Rams’ temporary home short on premium

The coliseum’s premium offerings are limited to temporary structures in an end zone. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES Editor’s note: This story has been updated from the print edition. The ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Inglewood Stadium Includes Center-Hung Board

The Rams’ new Inglewood stadium will stand out for the next generation in suite design and center-hung videoboards, free-standing concession stands encased in glass and a food hall open year-round, according to HKS Associate Principal & Senior VP Andy Henning, whose company is serving as t ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Vegas sells T-Mobile on naming deal

One year ago, T-Mobile’s Peter DeLuca and Meredith Starkey stood on a parking garage in Las Vegas, staring at a big hole in the ground where a new arena was sprouting up on the city’s famed Strip. It was during the Consumer Electronics Show and officials with AEG, which is privately f ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Breaking Ground: Engaging in Atlanta

A tlanta United FC’s new practice facility will cater to the team’s sponsors as much as its players, according to the project architect. MLS’s newest franchise starts play in 2017 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium , the downtown venue ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: T-Mobile Gets Vegas Arena Naming Rights

T-Mobile today will announce that it has signed naming rights for the $375M arena under construction in Las Vegas. Terms were not disclosed, but according to an inside source, the agreement is for just under 15 years. AEG Global Partnerships sold the agreement for the 20,000-seat facility, a joint ...

SportsBusiness Daily: Redskins Team With Danish Firm On New Stadium

Bjarke Ingels Group, the architect for Google’s new Bay Area campus and Two World Trade Center in N.Y., is teaming with the Redskins to design a new NFL stadium, according to sources. The firm, named for its 41-year-old Danish founder, has offices in N.Y. and Copenhagen. It has never desi ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Plugged In: Bill Senn, Miami Dolphins

A 35-year veteran of the construction industry, Bill Senn has carved a niche managing the development of NFL and NBA facilities. Since November 2014, he’s been senior vice president of stadium renovations for the Miami Dolphins, in charge of the $450 million renovation of Sun Life Stadium. Th ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Breaking Ground: HNTB in Sacramento

S acramento Republic FC’s selection of HNTB to design its new stadium is a dream come true for a select group of designers involved in the project. The $180 million development, which would be built if Major League Soccer allows the USL ...

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