The Reconstruction of Citrus Bowl Completed
The stadium, which was the venue of FIFA World Cup 1994 in United States -- Citrus Bowl in Florida, Downtown Orlando is now reconstructed.
The ribbon cutting ritual was arranged with the presence of Buddy Dyer, mayor of Orlando, Teresa Jacobs, mayor of Orange County and other dignitaries there. Rikki Klaus, the writer of www.wesh.com has published this.
This construction is actually a $207 million and took over 300 days to be completed.
According to Orlando Mayor: “This is a new chapter. We have created new memories and the memorable experiences in this iconic venue. It is your central Florida,”
The HNTB Corp. has done this construction work. They have done a sizable portion. The seating arrangement has been done. The capacity of refurbished stadium is 75,000 people.
The original stadium was built in 1936. Many labour have worked in this construction project. Now this stadium is ready for NFL. The Florida administrators are mulling to carry out 2016 Kickoff classic game of Florida State University and Ole Miss.