View the latest photos from OU’s stadium construction project as pre-casts are being set for the new stands in the southwest corner.
Steel is starting to rise in the southwest corner, marking another milestone in the progress of OU’s stadium renovation project.
View photos of the canopy going up over the Southeast corner as visual progress on stadium construction continues every day.
Check out the latest aerial views from January’s stadium construction, courtesy of FlintCo and Aerial OK. Boomer Sooner!
Take a look at these awesome aerial shots of stadium construction from earlier this month, courtesy of FlintCo and Aerial OK.
Take a look at the Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Conceptual Master Plan by the numbers, including a look at the added and updated square footage of various public and student-athlete areas.
A new main entrance to the OU Athletics administrative offices and a distinctive glass and brick façade will showcase a new south exterior of Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. This signature addition to OU’s iconic home field will face Lindsey Street as the facility further embraces the traditional Cherokee Gothic architectural motif exemplified in other structures across the University of Oklahoma campus.
The conceptual master plan outlines numerous amenities and upgrades that will enhance the fan environment on all seating levels.
An increase in the square footage of the stadium’s south end zone will feature an expansive 46,000-square foot fan plaza and a covered upper concourse. A major redevelopment of the Barry Switzer Center will also result in nearly 50,000 square feet of new space for student-athletes. Weight room facilities are slated to be enlarged, resulting in a year-round high-performance training, conditioning and speed enhancement center measuring 30,852 square feet.