GREEN BAY (WXOW) -- As fans get ready to watch the Packers players come together in the preseason, they can also watch as the stadium gets put together
Construction workers with cranes are hard at work at 1265 Lombardi Avenue. It's a project spanning three years to make game day bigger and better than before.
The biggest difference fans will see are the two giant high definition screens, which are four times larger than they were in the past, adding even more to the game day experience.
"The fans will know when they walk into Lambeau, 'Wow! Those are big. They're clearer. They're wider.' There's going to be a lot of things we'll be able to do with those," said Packers Director of Public Affairs Aaron Popkey.
By the time the 2013 season kicks off, 6,700 new seats will be available on the south side of the field. And mentioned on Tuesday, more changes inside the atrium are on the horizon.
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