Winning design of APA Kuryłowicz has been chosen back in 2007, just as the formula of building two stands at a time. This way home team Jagiellonia may continue to host home fixtures despite ongoing work inside the ground.
First step was moving and slightly rotating the pitch to fit in the proposed configuration of future stands. Then in 2008 dismantling of the main stand and away section (west and south stands, respectively) began and construction of new double-tiered stands. French company Eiffage was chosen as general contractor after having offered 156 million zloty (€37m) for the whole ground (of which 107 million was to be granted by the European Union).
Unfortunately rumors of growing delays were confirmed in 2011, resulting in termination of the contract by both the municipality and contractor. Both sides went to court with their claims.
New tender in 2012 brought a much higher cost of finishing the ground at 254 million zloty (€66m), this time with Hydrobudowa and Spanish OHL as contractors. Due to bankruptcy of the first one, Spaniards took over and are to deliver the venue in 2014, with first two stands in 2013.