Mississippi State has released new renderings of its ongoing renovation to Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium, home of its baseball program.
Construction is taking place between the 2017 and 2018 seasons to renovate Dudy Noble Field. The entire project, which will overhaul several areas of the facility, is not scheduled to conclude until 2019, but some significant work is already unfolding at the ballpark.
Along with the new renderings, Mississippi State has also published an extensive frequently asked questions (FAQ) list concerning the upcoming 2018 season. According to that FAQ , Dudy Noble Field will offer an approximate capacity of 9,000 for 2018, including 3,200 chair back seats. Other elements that will be in place for 2018 include berm seating in right field and a right field plaza area. In addition, the ballpark will also feature the Left Field Lounge and standing room space in the outfield.
More work will take place after the 2018 season, leading up to the completion of the renovation in 2019. The full upper level will be completed once the renovation is finished, but in the interim Mississippi State has released a seating chart showing the options that will be available for the 2018 campaign.
Mississippi first released its master plan for the renovation in 2014, and began construction on the current round of renovations in June. Additional renderings depicting the fully renovated Dudy Noble Field can be found here.
Rendering courtesy Mississippi State University.
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