Mississippi State is currently building a new $55 million dollar baseball stadium. There are new lounge areas and premium seating that have been completed, along with new entry plazas and a video board. The second stage of the project will be completed before the 2019 season. This stage will include finishing the entire upper deck of the grandstand including Diamond suites, and new bathrooms and concessions on the lower deck of the grandstand. Multiple rooms are being built below the grandstand, for example the team clubhouse and training rooms. Better viewing will be available now that the stadium has a concourse around the entire area, and more premium seating. The capacity of the stadium will be at least the same if not more than before, and larger crowds are expected with the 2019 season. The Jackson, Mississippi based design team of Wier Boerner Allin Architecture and national baseball stadium experts Populous, in consultation with MSU alum Janet Marie Smith, produced the proposed Dudy Noble Field Master Plan concept.