Photo of the Day: The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is selling 11 bridges on the National Register of Historic Places, and one of these is the 111-year-old Pond Eddy Bridge over the Delaware River. Prices range from only $1 to $500, but buyers can't scrap them. These bridges must be moved and reused elsewhere. [Reuters]
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ICYMI: The June Architecture Billings Index was 53.5, up from 52.6 in May, marking the second consecutive month of growth for the design industry. [ARCHITECT]
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Video of the Day: Shahid Khan, the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, is spending $20 million of his own money on the biggest end-zone video displays in the National Football League. [The New York Times]
More Stadium News:
Louisiana State University is one month away from the completion of its $80-million expansion of Tiger Stadium's south end-zone upper deck, which will increase capacity to 102,321—the second largest in the Southeastern Conference and fifth in the nation. [The Times-Picayune]
The $110-million construction project at the University of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium will continue on non-game days throughout the upcoming football season with hopes of completing renovations before the 2015 kickoff. [Lexington Herald-Leader]
A ceremony on Monday marked the start of construction on a new stadium in Samara, Russia, that will host FIFA World Cup matches in 2018. [FIFA]
3 More Stories for Wednesday:
Dallas architects call the proposed Trinity Tollway "another city-splitting barrier" that "our grandchildren will probably have to mitigate in 30 years." [The Dallas Morning News]
TIME answers questions about New York City's approved plans for a new luxury high-rise apartment building to include a separate entrance for tenants of affordable housing units. [TIME]
Chicago architect Matt Nardella, AIA, designed a plan for the city's Montrose Beach that includes getting rid of a whole lot of parking. [Chicago Tribune]
Step Up, Step Down:
Phoenix-based Alliance Residential announced that longtime CFO Jay Hiemenz will be promoted to president and COO. Bob Weston will replace Hiemenz as CFO.
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