William & Mary

An inside look at Zable Stadium

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Last March, the construction firm of Barton-Marlow began bringing to life plans provided by BCWH Architects and associate McMillan Pazdan Smith for a vibrant, renovated, modernized Zable Stadium at William & Mary.

Five months into the $27 million project, a myriad of milestones have been reached. What once had been only a vision and a dream is now taking on skin and bones in the form of concrete and steel.

An initial $10 million gift from the estate of the late Walter J. Zable ’37, LL.D. ’78, and $6 million gifts each from Hunter J. Smith ’51 and James W. '62, J.D. '64, LL.D. '00 and Frances G. McGlothlin ’66, have enabled the university to move forward and enhance the 79-year-old football facility.

The project is scheduled for completion in time for the 2016 season.