Panthers detail plans to upgrade Bank of America Stadium
Posted January 7
The Carolina Panthers used social media and their website on Tuesday to detail upcoming renovations that will be made to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte during the next three offseasons.
Starting Jan. 21, crews will begin installing new escalators, ribbon boards, high-definition video boards and an upgraded sound system. The changes, which team President Danny Morrison said, "impact all fans, maintain the stadium's classic look and improve fan experience."
Extra-wide escalators at each of the three entry gates will allow fans to access both the 300 and 500 levels.
There will be four new bays installed at three entry gates with extra wide escalators in each bay. pic.twitter.com/O5w2RhKGPk— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 7, 2014
Five-foot high ribbon boards encircling the entire field will display scores, stats and advertising during games.
Two new ribbon boards (approximately 5 feet high) will encircle the entire bowl at club level and upper bowl level. pic.twitter.com/qfvEmgFc2v— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 7, 2014
The high-definition video boards, which stand 63 feet high by 212 feet long, will be installed in both end zones.
Two new 63' high x 212' long high-definition video boards will be located above each end zone. pic.twitter.com/54oA34MZY2— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 7, 2014
The team will also improve the look of the entry gates with illuminated glass domes.
Bank of America Stadium will also feature new illuminated glass domes on each of the three entry gates. pic.twitter.com/oa8R4uFGTw— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 7, 2014
The team also posted a video of the plan for renovations on its website. No information about other renovations for future offseasons was released.