TAMPA — Two construction projects will add 57,000 square feet to the Bob Martinez Sports Center at the University of Tampa, school officials said Wednesday.
The two-phase project, funded mostly by gifts, includes adding a second story to the existing center that faces N Boulevard, and later constructing a two-story building on the southwest corner of the center.
Crossroads Construction of Lakeland will build the first phase, which includes 19 offices, eight classrooms and six labs. The addition is expected to completed by early 2012.
The second phase is expected to house the ROTC program as well as an athletics training facilities. A contractor has not been determined, but officials said it will be done by fall 2012.
Current programs at the center will not be disrupted.