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HBU has begun work on several key components of a broad campus master plan that will ultimately benefit not only the University's student body, but also the surrounding community in southwest Houston.
A recent generous gift from Mary Ann Belin, a lifelong friend of HBU, will allow the University to move forward with redevelopment of its commercial property along the Southwest Freeway between the Bradshaw Fitness Center and Fondren. The Campus Edge project -- a public-private partnership supported by the city of Houston -- will include a dramatic front entrance, named in memory of Belin's late husband and former HBU trustee Bruce, directly from the frontage road into the campus and a multi-purpose arena. In addition to providing much-needed space for growth, the transformational project will also make HBU more visible and accessible to the more than 250,000 vehicles that pass by on the freeway each day.
On the other end of campus, HBU has begun constructing Dunham Field near the corner of Beechnut and Fondren to serve as the basis for the University's future football stadium. Construction was made possible and the stadium is named in honor of a generous gift from Linda and Archie Dunham, current co-chairs of the President's Leadership Council. The Dunhams are also supporters of the Dunham Bible Museum, and Dunham Theater in the Morris Cultural Arts Center was named to honor their dedication to the mission and work of HBU. Although the Huskies will play the four Houston games in their inaugural fall 2013 developmental season at off-campus sites, the Dunham Field playing surface is expected to be completed this summer for use as the Huskies' practice facility, with the related stadium project projected for completion by the fall of 2014, when HBU will begin Southland Conference competition in football.