FB Performance Complex Dedicated
Sept. 8, 2017

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue dedicated its new football performance complex Friday before the Boilermakers’ home opener against Ohio.

The three-level structure - amassing 112,000 square feet - includes a locker room, team meeting room, position group meeting rooms, player development room, weight room, sports medicine and hydrotherapy area, nutrition station, and coaches’ and support staff offices, as well as a grand entrance lobby showcasing the Boilermakers’ history and tradition.

It is located adjacent to the north end of the Mollenkopf Athletic Center.

The state-of-the-art complex has significantly enhanced the football student-athlete experience. In addition to the first-class amenities, having all of them located in one facility results in more efficient use of the student-athletes’ time. Previously, football-related facilities were housed in multiple buildings.

The football team moved into the new facility in late August.

A $65 million project, the football performance complex was designed by Populous, while construction was managed by the Hunt Construction Group. The groundbreaking ceremony took place April 15, 2016 - with 11 Purdue Super Bowl champions in attendance - and construction took 16 months.

Kickoff for tonight’s game is 8 p.m. ET, and the game will be televised nationally by FS1. It is first-ever Friday night home game in Purdue history.

Football Performance Complex
Facts & Figures

Level 1
Locker Room: 11,600 square feet
Sports Medicine and Hydrotherapy: 5,800 square feet
Weight Room: 20,900 square feet
Nutrition Station
Equipment Room

Level 2
Lobby: 4,000 square feet
Player Development Room: 3,400 square feet
Team Meeting Room: 2,000 square feet
10 Position Meeting Rooms
Coaches and Staff Locker Rooms

Level 3
Head Coach Suite: 1,250 square feet
Three Staff Meeting Rooms
18 Staff Offices
Video Suite
Player Viewing Room
NFL Scout Room



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