How to Build a Stadium that Can Tackle the Big Game

Sports are an integral part of American life and culture. From the frenzy of March Madness to the history of the World Series, nothing brings the nation together like a championship game. And the biggest game of them all is football’s Super Bowl. On February 2nd, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will face off under the stars at MetLife Stadium, which we built in 2010 and opened five months ahead of schedule! MetLife Stadium is the third Skanska-built stadium to host the Super Bowl: the Georgia Dome hosted in 1994 and 2000 and Houston’s Reliant Park in 2004.

Nearly 85,000 fans will pack MetLife Stadium to witness the biggest spectacle in sports. They’ll cheer from 82,500 seats made of 80 percent recycled cast iron and 20 percent recycled plastic. They’ll watch 2,100 HD monitors and rock out to Bruno Mars with a 2,500-speaker sound system. After drinking their fill of beer, they’ll utilize low-flow toilets and waterless urinals. These are just a few of the behind-the-scenes facts about the way Skanska built MetLife Stadium. Here’s a visual illustration of everything you need to know about the stadium to impress your friends while you watch the game:

Skanska Super Bowl Met Life

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