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Montana State University (MSU) has recently finished a renovation of the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. The $3.2 million dollar upgrade included a new running surface, upgraded seating, a new sound system and venue curtains. Track athletes will train and compete on the new Mondo, world class running surface.1 New individual seats with chair backs and cup holders were installed on the North and South sides of the arena.1 The new curtaining system will offer flexibility for how the space is used.2

Many users will benefit from the renovations. The Fieldhouse is used for graduations, convocations, athletic competitions, sporting events, Montana youth programs, expos, the American Bank Broadway in Bozeman series and major concert.2

The project was completed in time for an August 20, 2014 open house.

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This video features the multi-week installation of the new track surface in the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. This was shot from late June into the middle of July, 2014. The video features "Teleporting" by Phonotrash licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

Brick Breeden Fieldhouse Floor Installation from Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Vimeo.

Consultant: Contractor: MSU Contact:
Springer Group Architects Jackson Contractor Group Darryl Curfman
  1. Source: Brickbreeden.com
  2. Source: MSU News Service