TEMPE, Ariz.—Sun Devil Athletics unveiled an online camera, Wednesday, to give fans a front-row seat to watch real time construction on Sun Devil Stadium.
The camera, powered by EarthCam, is affixed below the upper bowl of the south end zone and will give Sun Devil Nation an inside look of the ongoing construction within Sun Devil Stadium.
“The reinvention of Sun Devil Stadium would not exist without the support of our fans,” said Ray Anderson, Vice President for University Athletics. “Sun Devil Athletics is excited to provide an inside look throughout the construction process and to have Sun Devil Nation experience all the upcoming, dynamic changes to our iconic stadium.”
The Stadium is currently in the north end zone phase of construction, which removed sections 220-228 of the upper bowl and will reduce capacity of the stadium to 66,000. Construction on the north end zone is scheduled to be completed in July of 2014.
Checkout out the progress of the North End Zone project since Hunt Construction began demolition on April 14th.
With Sun Devil Football choosing to stay and play in Tempe, construction on the west side of Sun Devil Stadium is scheduled to begin in early 2015 after the conclusion of the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
Scheduled for completion in 2018, the renovated Sun Devil Stadium set a standard for collegiate sporting venues and will enhance the game-day experience for fans in attendance.
EarthCam is the recognized leader in providing webcam content, technology, and software. Commencing in 1996, EarthCam began developing the proprietary software, network infrastructure and technical expertise which now allows it to deliver millions of live images from thousands of cameras each day. For more information on EarthCam, click here.