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Levi's® Stadium by the Numbers

Posted Jul 16, 2014

The field doesn't have yard-lines yet but with Ribbon Cutting and first events approaching, we look at the San Francisco 49ers new $1.27-billion home through statistics.

The 49ers will celebrate Levi’s® Stadium’s Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, so 49ers.com gets you ready with coverage of the team’s homes, past and present.

A look at Levi's® Stadium by the numbers...


819 Days from groundbreaking to Ribbon Cutting.
 


18,000 tons of steel support the stadium, 75,000 tons overall.
 




$1.27 billion to build.


15,000 man hours were spent on seat-installation.


68,500 seats with ability to expand, including 45,000 in the lower bowl.


176 luxury suites, 9,000 club seats.


27,000 square foot NRG Solar Terrace green roof atop the suite tower.
 


2.5 acres equivalent to 106,000-plus square feet of sod installed on surface.


10 feet from field are the first rows of the lower bowl.


1,186 solar panels, or 20,000 square feet of them.


400 killowats - about how much high-efficiency energy solar panels will supply to stadium.
 


800 concession points of sale (food, beverage and merchandise).
 


60 beer taps on the east side of stadium at the 50-yard line.
 


30 minutes to remove the NFL's first collapsible field goal posts.


281 trillion colors used by the 16-bit video boards, which are 200 feet wide, 48 feet tall and cost $15 million to build.
 


10 foot-tall, walnut-wood player lockers on the 3,600 square foot locker room.
 


20-year, $200-million deal with Levi's®.


1,620 men's and women's toilet fixtures.
 


85 percent of the water used at the stadium will be recycled.
 


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