Boise State Athletics is set to spend $300 million on its Athletics Master Village project, including upgrades to the north end zone of Albertsons Stadium and renovations to ExtraMile Arena.

Boise State university in Idaho partnered with AECOM's sports practice — the industry's only fully-integrated sports consultancy — in August 2021, and has worked hand in hand with the firm to identify recommendations for facility improvements and additions since. The latest details are a result of the continued collaboration.

Director of athletics Jeramiah Dickey said:

Since our initial unveiling in April, we have had the opportunity to further define details with key projects which includes a much better understanding of total cost. While unprecedented and bold, we are unwavering in our vision to create elite facilities and experiences for our student-athletes and Bronco Nation. Our aggressive fundraising strategy is already well underway and we aim to announce progress by the end of this year.

In the north end zone of Albertsons Stadium, the $36.1 million vision for a state-of-the-art facility to be constructed at field level will support an enhanced premium club experience on game day and a year-round dining program for student-athletes. 

Complete with 10 field-level suites, loge seating, and premium club seating, the north end zone amenities will resemble a commitment to excellence while completing a 360-degree concourse for fans. In total, Albertsons Stadium projects are currently estimated at $129.4 million.

ExtraMile Arena updates include expanding the performance and training capabilities for men's and women's basketball, as well as adding premium game day experience opportunities for fans. 

An expansion of the Arguinchona Basketball Complex will add coaches' offices and a state-of-the-art weight room alongside the existing practice gym. The $19.4 million project will bring accommodations for two premium club spaces, a dedicated premium entrance and enhanced mezzanine, loge, and club seating.

Boise State Athletics has received $1.25 million in commitments to date in support of the men's and women's basketball performance center expansion in the Arguinchona Basketball Complex.

The plans also include a new $100 million 5,000 seat Olympic Sports Arena for beach volleyball, gymnastics, soccer and volleyball.