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Flakoll to consult on equine center

Tim Flakoll has been named project consultant for the new $2 million equine center at North Dakota State University. The center will house the university's new equine studies program as well as local, regional and national events. The center ...

Tim Flakoll has been named project consultant for the new $2 million equine center at North Dakota State University.

The center will house the university's new equine studies program as well as local, regional and national events.

The center will be west of Interstate 29 on 19th Avenue North and will cover 14½ acres.

Flakoll has bachelor's and master's degrees from NDSU, and has managed the school's horses during his 11 years as a staff member.

After leaving NDSU, Flakoll spent six years as vice president and then general manager of the F-M RedHawks.

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Flakoll will be employed by local architecture design and construction management firm R.L. Engebretson P.C. He previously worked for R.L. Engebretson during the building of Newman Outdoor Field.

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