Proposal unveiled for LSU field house renovation
BATON ROUGE - A wellness center for faculty members, offices for administrators, classrooms and facilities for students and a lawn tagged as a gathering place for the LSU community are part of a master plan for restoration of the Huey P. Long Fieldhouse and Pool.
Architect Ken Tipton of the firm Tipton Associates says the proposal targets preserving architectural and campus legacies.
The structure was built in 1932.
The university plans community meetings and may commission a feasibility study on the renovation proposal.
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