Hard Rock Stadium
|Country||United States of America|
|Cost||$ 550 mln|
|Construction||01.2015 - 08.2016|
Hard Rock Stadium – design description
The extensive overhaul of Miami’s largest stadium was first proposed in 2010 and then updated in 2013. The concept by 360 Architecture includes a vast roof over Sun Life Stadium, covering both the stands and main access ramps/escalators. Supported by 8 pillars, the steel trusses will create a static level surface of the roof, dominated by tall spires in the corners.
The roof alone is priced at some $100 million, while entire redevelopment cost is set to be $350-400 million. The price includes upgrade or replacement of nearly all systems and equipment at the stadium.
This includes elements as basic as seats, but also escalators, lifts, lighting and sound systems, ending with the giant screens. Instead of two, four bigger ones are to be mounted in the corners.
The concrete bowl will remain intact in almost all parts, except for first rows along the pitch, where new seats will be located. In return some sections will be dismantled in the uppermost corner sections, to make way for giant screens.
USA: Capacity boost for F1 Grand Prix in Miami
Following the attendance success of this year's Formula 1 Grand Prix in Miami, the event’s organisers have revealed plans to increase the capacity of their venue. The Miami International Autodrome, where the race is taking place, is a temporary circuit built around Hard Rock Stadium, home of the NFL’s Dolphins.
Miami: Hard Rock Stadium drops single-use plastic
All it took was determination to set an example. They began preparations in August and are ready to get rid of 99.4% single-use plastic from December, 22.
Miami: Reduced capacity, greater revenue
Revenue generated by Hard Rock Stadium already rose significantly and the growth doesn’t even include the lucrative naming rights deal.
Miami: $250 million for Hard Rock Stadium naming rights
For the next 18 years the home of Miami Dolphins will be named Hard Rock Stadium. The deal is worth $250 million and will help recoup excessive cost of the now-ending reconstruction.
Miami: Dolphins Stadium just days from opening
With less than a month before the first game, the New Miami Stadium is almost finished. Now with fresh grass and immense canopy, it becomes a major asset for Miami Dolphins and the Hurricanes.
Miami: Dolphins reconstruction delayed, season opening threatened
Upgrades to Sun Life Stadium are several weeks behind schedule. There’s no panic, but contingency plan is being drawn.
Miami: 14,000-ton roof to grow by August
Miami Dolphins have just finished their NFL season and since they didn’t make it to the playoff round, work can now go on at Sun Life Stadium. This summer the stadium will have one of USA’s largest roofs.
USA: Miami did the trick!
Their stadium revamp began in January and already today fans of Miami Dolphins will reopen Sun Life Stadium for NFL pre-season. The best for Dolphins fans is reportedly yet to come.
Miami: Living room experience inside the stadium
The comfort of your own living room combined with the experience of a full stadium. This idea of Miami Dolphins comes as latest temptation to richest fans out there. Expected to sell out before opening.
New construction: Sun Life Stadium
Monday saw the first construction crews arrive on site and begin removing seats. Divided into phases, redevelopment of Miami Dolphins home ground will last until mid-2016.
Miami: Sun Life Stadium revamp approved
Miami-Dade Comission decided to approve the second proposed scheme for Sun Life Stadium revamp. Works should begin within weeks and last until mid-2016.
Miami: New Deal for Sun Life Stadium revamp?
Previous financial scheme for the Sun Life revamp failed. Now Miami-Dade mayor announced a new deal with the Dolphins’ owner is almost ready for signing. But can it go through?
New design: Sun Life funded privately, then reverted to county?
Miami’s Sun Life Stadium is making headlines as its owner proposed an interesting deal to local authorities. Billionaire Stephen Ross agreed to fund the overhaul on condition that the county will take over as new owners. Dreamy deal? Not just yet…