Frostburg State University I-68 Recreation Complex Step 1 Study

study summary

On September 7, 2021, the Maryland Stadium Authority Board of Directors approved a request from the President of Frostburg State University (FSU) for the MSA to provide business services related to the potential development of the I-68 Recreation Complex, relocation and enhancement of sports fields and improvements to the existing Cordts Physical Education Center at FSU in Frostburg.

The total cost of the Step 1 is $30,000 and FSU has committed to fully fund the cost of the effort. 

On June 21, 2022, the MSA published its independent peer review of the study and analysis conducted related to a proposed new regional sports center, enhanced and relocated outdoor fields on the campus of FSU.

Independent Peer Review – Proposed Regional Sports Center & Sports Fields at Frostburg State University

Frostburg State University – I-68 Regional Recreation Complex Planning and Design Services

MSA’s role in managing studies is to provide unbiased and objective analysis which provides information to local officials to assist in the decision-making process about investment and benefits for their communities and constituents.

Study Director

Al Tyler, Vice President, Capital Projects Development Group

Study Budget