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.
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