To date, Tech has raised more than $34 million toward the $45 million that's needed
Every two weeks, officials from Texas Tech athletics meet with their counterparts from the Gensler architecture and design firm.
If Texas Tech comes up with the money for indoor football and track and field facilities, Gensler will have the time.
And the plans.
To date, Tech has raised more than $34 million toward the $45 million that’s needed, athletic director Kirby Hocutt said last week. He and members of the Tech Board of Regents won’t give the go-ahead to start until they have all $45 million.