LSU will build new restrooms and concession stands in Tiger Stadium over the next two years and renovate existing ones.
Ross Dellenger of The Advocate newspaper reported the school has no budget for the project that is expected to be done largely during the next two offseasons. The plan is still in the early stages.
Dellenger spoke with LSU’s deputy director of athletics, Eddie Nunez, who said the school is also evaluating what to do with the south end dormitories. They could be demolished completely, giving way to an area with more open space for fans. It’s also possible some of the new concessions and restrooms could be located in that area.
Nunez said the department has been listening to fan concerns about the stadium and the need for more restrooms and concessions are at the top of the list for fans, he said. The 93-year-old stadium is among the iconic venues in college football.