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Study shows cost, look of dome expansion

Architects today presented the Dome Addition Task Force with a nearly finished study of what a Fargodome expansion could look like and cost. Kansas City, Mo.-based Threesixty Architecture and Fargo-based T.L. Stroh Architects and Interiors were h...

Architects today presented the Dome Addition Task Force with a nearly finished study of what a Fargodome expansion could look like and cost.

Kansas City, Mo.-based Threesixty Architecture and Fargo-based T.L. Stroh Architects and Interiors were hired in June to create a concept for the proposed addition.

The result is a $31.4 million arena on the southeast corner of the Fargodome.

The 6,000-seat arena would include seating on all sides for basketball games, though it could also host trade shows and concerts.

It's expected to take 36 months to design and build.

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Dome Addition Task Force members must now submit changes to the study results.

The city will likely decide whether to proceed after a marketing study is completed in February, said Brad Wimmer, a city commissioner who is chairman of the task force.

Readers can reach Forum reporter Andrea Domaskin at (701) 241-5556

Study shows cost, look of dome expansion Andrea Domaskin 20071120

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