The West Stadium Center towers over the Vanier Football Complex in Manhattan, Kansas.
K-State’s head coach Bill Snyder speaks during the West Stadium Center dedication.
A statue of K-State’s head coach Bill Snyder is unveiled at the West Stadium Center.
Fireworks explode at the West Stadium Center after K-State’s football game.
The West Stadium Center exterior at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas.
K-State’s West Stadium Center was formally dedicated on August 30, 2013, in Manhattan, Kansas. The $90 million project stands seven stories tall with 250,000 square feet. It includes a dining hall and commissary, a K-State Athletics Hall of Honor, a wider concourse with more concessions and restrooms, a team store, a University lounge and event space for year-round meetings, permanent office space for media relations staff, 40 private suites, 36 loge boxes and 800 club seats.
The architects were AECOM and the builders were GE Johnson and Mortenson Construction.