MADISON (WKOW) – The University of Wisconsin plans to add additional seating and amenities to the south end zone of Camp Randall, the UW Athletic Department announced today.
The makeover will allow for a more interactive and engaging fan experience through enhanced seating options, which include loge boxes and club seats, access to indoor and outdoor hospitality clubs, climate-controlled amenities and expanded premium food and beverage offerings, according to a news release.
“I’m very excited about this next phase in Camp Randall’s history,” Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez was quoted as saying. “We are continually trying to provide our fans a first-class experience when they come to our events. This latest renovation will enhance that experience with amenities we know our fans desire.”
The most recent renovation to the stadium was completed in 2005. That $109.5 million project included a premium seating structure on the east side of the stadium which houses 72 suites, 337 club seats and 590 Varsity Club seats.
The south end zone project will expand those premium seating opportunities into the main bowl of the stadium and modernize the fan experience.
A comprehensive timeline for the CR Future project is still being finalized. In addition, until the project’s construction can be put up for competitive bid, the actual cost is unable to be determined.