Analyst, Mr. D’Onofrio has completed analysis for a number of projects, including studies for sports, fitness, recreation and wellness facilities, as well as arenas, convention, event and entertainment centers. His research includes profiling comparable and competitive facilities to assess competitiveness and potential performance, as well as research and writing related to feasibility and impact analyses.
Most recently, Mr. D'Onofrio contributed to a multi-facility analysis for a new arena in Grand Junction, Colorado that also considered the renovation and expansion of the Two Rivers Convention Center and Avalon Theatre. He has conducted in-depth analysis of college football stadiums for the University of South Alabama’s proposed football stadium, including the details of suites, club and loge seats, premium lounges and other revenue generating components.
He has worked on projects including the expansion of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas as well as the potential relocation of the Texas Rangers to downtown Dallas. Nicholas’s work includes interviews, data search, site analysis and local supply and demand analysis. He has worked on projects such as a community recreation center in Holland Charter Township, Michigan, an indoor sports facility in South Bend, Indiana and a multipurpose event facility in Placer Valley, California. He has also worked on a variety of tourism developments for the Kentucky Tourism Development Act, including entertainment, hotel, distillery and event venues.
Mr. D’Onofrio graduated from Indiana University, with a degree in Sports Administration. While there, he re-established Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, where he was the founding member and the member development chair. He previously has spent time in both print and radio advertising as a sales manager and executive. He has lived in Michigan, New Jersey and Indiana.