The Denver Broncos have one goal: Excellence.
Off the field, the organization is doing everything it can to ensure success. With that said, the Broncos are breaking ground this week on a big facility expansion and renovation project.
The team will see an indoor practice facility go up that includes 115,000 square-feet of space. It will be built to the west of the current practice field and will include an 85,000 square-foot field house as well as 30,000 square-feet for support space. The full-length field, locker room, and football service area will house meeting spaces, a video production room, and a retail outlet.
On the renovation side, the Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre will expand to the north and include updates to the lobby and media room. The building will see changes to the commercial kitchen and cafeteria as well as to the video operations and football technology offices. An additional 3,000 square feet of conference space will also be one of the major improvements.
This will be a two-part project with ground breaking on the new facility to occur Tuesday. Renovations to the current building will begin once the Broncos 2013 is over.
The new practice facility will be ready to go for fans beginning in 2015. It’s being funded by Pat Bowlen and the Broncos.
Hopefully as builders are working, the occasional “hurry, hurry” audio clip will be within earshot.
Here are some more renderings courtesy of the Broncos: