Redevelopment work on the Miami Dolphins' Sun Life Stadium has begun this week, as the franchise bid to prepare the venue in time for the 2015 season.
Construction on the upper-tiers of the facility began on Monday with the removal several thousand seats that are to make way for crowd improvements.
The revamp will see the instillation of a weather canopy, upgrades to suites and premium seating and high definition scoreboards inserted.
The stadium is also due to have retractable roof built in, but that will take at least another year before it can be completed.
The work on the arena was commissioned by the local government last June, and will equate to around $100million worth of improvements.
Posted on 07/01/2015