Football Performance Center – Concrete & Structural Steel Package

Champaign, Illinois

PROJECTS

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Project Overview

The Henry Dale and Betty Smith Football Center opened in August 2019. The world-class 107,650 square foot, $79.2 million facility is the home for the Fighting Illini football program, including expanded strength and conditioning and sports medicine space, coaches’ offices, position meeting rooms, player development areas, locker rooms, and other areas for recruiting and prospect hosting.

This project was completed by Williams Brothers Construction Inc. (WBCI) in 2019.

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His ability to dissect and accurately interpret drawings

Speaking from the project owner’s perspective, WBCI’s field superintendent Phil Esther has met and exceeded expectations on ISU’s Athletic Practice Facility.  His ability to dissect and accurately interpret drawings complemented by his attention to detail and extensive hands-on experience have been a great benefit to our project.  Phil has the communication skills necessary to effectively… Read More “His ability to dissect and accurately interpret drawings”

Kyle Fisher
Project Manager, Construction Services | Illinois State University - Facilities planning, Design and Construction

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Over the past ten years, I have worked with Williams Brothers Construction Inc. (WBCI) on two larger projects at my district.  Our Biosolids project that was completed in 2012 was valued at $26 million and our Biological Improvements project, to be completed later this year, is valued at $50 million.  WBCI and our team worked… Read More “Biosolids and Biological Improvements”

Mark Eddington, P.E., District Manager
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