MSU Athletics Master Plan

Athletic facilities for champions
both on and off the field

MSU Athletics Master Plan

ARCHITECTURE   |   INTERIORS

A&E provided Montana State University with a Master Plan to not only identify aspirations for new and existing athletic facilities, but also establish vital opportunities for meaningful connection between students, faculty, alumni, and the Bozeman community. As a result of these efforts, the multi-phased design concept utilizes legacy structures, including Brick Breeden Fieldhouse and Bobcat Stadium, as the foundation for design while incorporating new facilities to inspire future development for MSU and the surrounding area.

MSU Athletics Master Plan

Athletic facilities for champions
both on and off the field

ARCHITECTURE
INTERIORS

A&E provided Montana State University with a Master Plan to not only identify aspirations for new and existing athletic facilities, but also establish vital opportunities for meaningful connection between students, faculty, alumni, and the Bozeman community. As a result of these efforts, the multi-phased design concept utilizes legacy structures, including Brick Breeden Fieldhouse and Bobcat Stadium, as the foundation for design while incorporating new facilities to inspire future development for MSU and the surrounding area.

Championship quality facilities

The design will establish state-of-the-art facilities for top-tier training, rehabilitation, performance, and recruiting purposes, enabling MSU to thrive within Division 1 athletics.

“M to M” concept

As a symbol of school spirit and identity, the century-old “M” mountain monogram, emblazoned on Mount Baldy in the Bridger Mountains, will be mirrored by a new “M” geoglyph within Bobcat Stadium, respectfully blending old traditions with new.

“M to M” concept

As a symbol of school spirit and identity, the century-old “M” mountain monogram, emblazoned on Mount Baldy in the Bridger Mountains, will be mirrored by a new “M” geoglyph within Bobcat Stadium, respectfully blending old traditions with new.

Sense of place

Surrounded by five mountain ranges, the gorgeous site location served as design inspiration for a connective framework across campus to guide students and visitors throughout the spectacular landscape.

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