In 2006, the Los Angeles Dodgers
will embark upon the second phase
of a multi-year improvement plan
for Dodger Stadium.
This year’s construction project will include replacing the physical seats within the primary seating bowl utilizing the stadium's original color palette; repairing and conducting maintenance on the concrete and structure within the seating bowl area; and introducing a traditional yet modern "box" seat concept within the baseline seating area.
This year's Dodger Stadium restoration project will be completed before Opening Day. Some of the improvements include:
- 50,000 seats replaced
- Seating bowl returned to the original color palette: yellow, light orange, turquoise and sky blue
- Box seating added to baseline area, improving sightlines, adding legroom and introducing a table amenity
- Pavilion seating returned to original light orange
- Stadium bowl concrete repaired, resurfaced and refinished
Courtesy of Dodgers.com