Want to see how the renovation of Sun Devil Stadium is coming along?
Now you can so without even driving over to the Tempe venue.
Sun Devil Athletics announced Tuesday that a camera has been installed in the stadium’s north end zone that will have a continuous feed of the ongoing upgrades.
Fans can get a look at the real-time feed online, all thanks to Hunt Construction, which installed the camera.
“The reinvention of Sun Devil Stadium would not exist without the support of our fans,” said Ray Anderson, vice president for university athletics. “Sun Devil Athletics is excited to provide an inside look throughout the construction process and to have Sun Devil Nation experience all the upcoming, dynamic changes to our iconic stadium.”
No word on if the camera still stay on when the team starts using the field again in September.
The stadium, built in 1958, is still in the first phase of its redesign, which will include the creation of a “Double Inferno” student section in the north end zone and a new student seating area in the south. The north end zone construction is expected to be completed in time for Arizona State’s 2015 season, the school said.
The second and third phases of the project are expected to wrap up by the start of the 2017 season.