With only a few weeks left in the 2013 NCAA College Football season, the design and construction team behind the National College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Georgia are relentlessly working towards completing the project in time for the 2014 season.
The iconic museum is taking form as a concrete and steel structure with the exterior glass and metal panel enclosure soon to follow.
The faceted steel structure will hold the gameday theater and the Hall of Fame – offering views across Centennial Olympic Park and down Marietta Street. The form of the building can best be seen walking north along Marietta street, or for an overall view of its relationship to Centennial Olympic Park take a ride on the new Ferris Wheel.
You can help support the efforts to bring the National College Football Hall of Fame to it’s new home in Atlanta by purchasing a brick paver that will be set into the sidewalk in front of the museum. For additional information on brick purchasing (and a live feed of the construction process) visit www.cfbhall.com
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