The Duke Football Program has given rise to the legendary Iron Dukes and has competed for two National Titles, once hosting the Rose Bowl on its own field.
Seeking to renew this tradition, in addition to enhancements to Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke University has begun efforts to improve the Football Facilities.
Specifically, the University will be creating a new Covered Practice Field, visitor locker room facilities in the new Halftime House, and Main Outdoor Practice Field. In addition, new Gateways and estate fencing will create thresholds into the renewed Practice Facilities.
OUTDOOR PRACTICE FIELD: Brooks Field
New Full-Length Practice Field:
Includes sub-base system and drainage, repair and tie into existing field – newly replaced, entire existing turf due to new turf appearance)
Additional Field Lighting
Includes relocation of roadway, perimeter fencing, seeding, estate fencing, Miscellaneous site utility rework and Defensive Practice (Grass) Field improvements