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Stadium Timeline
June 18, 1999 Groundbreaking
July 1999 Foundation construction begins
January 2000 Steel construction begins
October 2000 Steel "topped out"
May 2001 Turf installed
June 2001 Heinz gets naming rights
August 25, 2001 Stadium opening
October 7, 2001 Steelers Home Opener vs. Cincinnati Bengals
  
General Information/Facts
Owner: Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County
Developer: Pittsburgh Steelers
Events: Pittsburgh Steelers Football
University of Pittsburgh Football
Concerts,
Public Assembly
Architect: HOK Sports
Construction Manager: Hunt Construction Group/Mascaro (A Joint Venture)
Seating Capacity: 65,500 seats
Club Seating: Play7,300(approx.)
Luxury Suites: 1,544 (129 suites)
Building Square
Footage:
1.49 million sq. ft. (approx.)
Number of
Club Lounges:
3 (East, West & North End)
  
Restroom Facilities
Restroom Facilities
(Including Club):
24 women's, 24 men's and 8 family
  
Concessions
Concession Stands: 47 concession locations
Retail Stores: 7 team stores
Novelty Stands: 15 novelty locations
  
Locker Rooms
Steelers: 6,000 square feet (60 lockers)
Panthers: 4,600 square feet (95 lockers
Visiting College 2,600 square feet (60 lockers)
Visiting NFL 2,600 square feet (60 lockers)
  
Vertical Transportation
Elevators: 7 passenger, 2 freight
Escalators: 5
Pedestrian Ramps: 4
First Aid Minimum 1 on each level
  
Audio/Visual
Televisions 650
Scoreboard 28 x 96 Daktronics Video Board.
  
Playing Field
Sight Lines 60 ft to first row sideline, 25 ft endzone.
Surface Kentucky Bluegrass.
  
Construction Details
Concrete 48,000 cubic yards.
Steel/td>12,000 tons.
Augercast Piles 10,442 lineal feet
Paint: 30,000 gallons
Glass: 50,000 square feet
Doors: 1,100
Miles of Railings 7
Pipes Under the Field 1.85 miles