SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – The City of Shreveport and REV Entertainment participated in a Q&A session to outline the master plan for redeveloping the area of Fairgrounds Field Tuesday morning.

REV Entertainment President Sean Decker, District G Councilwoman Ursula Bowman, and Shreveport Mayor Tom Arceneaux were on hand to answer media questions about the partnership which started under the Perkins administration and mayor Arceneaux is moving forward with.

“Both parties are working towards a plan that is beneficial to the city, which includes additional work on an economic impact and feasibility study,” Arceneaux said. “We plan to provide more in-depth update once we have completed the initial feasibility study, which should begin pretty shortly.”

Arceneaux said the ongoing talks with REV Entertainment are going well, and he is cautiously optimistic about the future partnership.

Bowman expressed excitement about the project coming to District G.

Decker explained that the conversations between REV and the city are more about logistics and sanitation requirements but understands that most citizens want to know how much the partnership will cost the City of Shreveport and how the city will pay for it. A question Decker said he did not have an answer to.

“Where we are today is finalized with a conceptual drawing of the plans. You can see the multiple phases that we’ve envisioned, and I promised the mayor this trip that in the next two weeks, we will have our first budget for the ballpark,” Decker said.

The concept that REV Entertainment rolled presented is in three phases. Watch the video in the player above to learn more about the proposed changes.