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USC seeks architectures, engineers for soccer building renovation

Staff Report
Published April 30, 2013

As part of ongoing renovation of its sports complex, the University of South Carolina is seeking architectures and engineers for Phase I design and estimating services for a soccer support building.

The building, estimated to cost $2 million to $2.5 million to build, is envisioned to house about 11,500 square feet of locker room, weight room, film room, training room, meeting and support space.

“The building will occupy a premier address at the northwest corner of the intersection of Heyward and Marion streets,” a public notice said. “This location is directly adjacent to the existing soccer stadium and will serve as the main support space for the USC men’s and women’s soccer teams. Design of the building will complement structures in the adjacent Athletics Village.”

The building must achieve LEED Silver certification, the notice states. The architectural and engineering team may have the opportunity to proceed to Phase II of the project.

For more information, visit the South Carolina Business Opportunities website.

The contract administrator, Lind Jackson, can be reached by email at The agency will not accept submittals via email.

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