The University of Houston held a press conference Friday to announce an update on their new $130 million football ops building. It will be called the Memorial Hermann Football Operations Center.
“To have an entity as prestigious as Memorial Hermann step up and put their name on a very visible and important component in our Football Operations Center is gratifying and humbling,” said Chris Pezman, UH vice president for athletics. “It comes at a great time as we join the Big 12 and break ground on our facility at the end of the 2023 season.”
From UH: "The planned $130 million Memorial Hermann Football Operations Center will feature amenities including state-of-the-art sports performance centers, an academic support services suite, a leading-edge locker room facility, student-athlete flex space and office space to house the Houston Football coaching and support staff. The Memorial Hermann Football Operations Center will also provide additional premium seating to TDECU Stadium with 14 suites, a 450-seat club section with access to an 11,000-square-foot club and 300-seat roof terrace facing inward to John O’Quinn Field. The center is scheduled to be completed in 2025."