SBD/February 19, 2014/People and Pop Culture

Legends Hires Dale Koger To Spearhead New Global Planning Division

Koger takes over as Senior VP &
Managing Dir of Project Development
Legends has "strengthened its position in the sports facility development space by hiring construction management executive DALE KOGER," according to Don Muret of SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Koger for the past 13 years has served as VP & GM of Turner Construction, "one of the top three builders of arenas and stadiums in North America." Before that, he worked at Clark Construction. Now, Koger "moves to Legends to spearhead a new division within its Global Planning group focusing on project management services for teams, colleges and municipalities." Koger’s official title is Senior VP & Managing Dir of Legends Project Development. His first day on the job was Monday and he will "continue to be based in Northern Virginia." Koger's "initial project is the new practice headquarters" for the Cowboys in Frisco, Texas. In addition to Koger, Legends "hired JOHN DIXON and MARK HICKMAN, two former principals with Manhattan Construction, the company that built AT&T Stadium." Koger will report to CSL Int'l President BILL RHODA, who "now oversees Legends Global Planning as group president covering three divisions: market feasibility (CSL), project development and analytics." As Koger "moves to the middle of the facility development process, he will represent Legends as it competes against firms such as Icon Venue Group, which he often submitted proposals to in an effort to win construction jobs" (SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, 2/17 issue).
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