First look at Ford Field's $100 Million renovation, new video boards

Posted at 12:00 PM, Jul 19, 2017

Ford Field is getting a facelift, one that costs $100,000 million.

Major upgrades are being done to the video boards, the stadium's sound system, and The Corner Lounge, stadium suites and the premium club areas.

The centerpiece of the renovations are two new main video displays that will be twice the size of the current displays. They are placed in each end zone and will be flanked by four additional displays that will be used individually or coordinated with the main display.

Other displays will also be installed on columns, near Gate A and the main seating bowl.

PHOTO GALLERY: Inside look at major Ford Field renovations 

For more information on the renovation, including designs and videos, click here.

The renovations are planned to be completed by the beginning of August, just in time for the 2017 season.

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