The demolition and rebuilding of Chicago’s historic Soldier Field began on January 20, 2002 and was slated to be completed in 20 months. The lighting and electrical work was significant and it included indoor infrastructure, systems, and outdoor decorative lighting. In addition, the adjacent 2,500-car parking structure required lighting systems. The teams involved maintained their rigorous construction schedule. The new stadium now features two 82-foot-by-23 foot video scoreboards, a three-level Cadillac Club lounge, a Bears Den gallery portraying historical events from the “old” Soldier Field, and an open-air courtyard inside Gate 0.