Check out the design plans for the new Joe Albi stadium

SPOKANE, Wash. — This week, the Spokane Public Schools board will get a look at plans for the new Joe Albi Stadium, which could be completed by June 2022.

Voters in Spokane approved a plan to replace the old Joe Albi Stadium with a smaller stadium on the same site, which will also include a new middle school.

At the board meeting Wednesday, the board will see a presentation put together by ALSC Architects. One option calls for construction to begin in spring 2021 and finish in June 2022. A delayed approach does not list a start date for construction.

The current Joe Albi Stadium was built in 1950 with a seating capacity of 25,000. It’s rarely full. The new stadium will be “right-sized” for high school sporting events with a capacity listed in the presentation at 5,000 fans.

The powerpoint presentation includes a different color scheme for each of the teams that will use the stadium.

Image of the proposed plans for the new Joe Albi Stadium

You can see the full presentation here. 

A full report with design specifications is here. 

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