Renovations and expansion of the North End Zone of Bryant Denny Stadium included the addition of 38 luxury sky boxes, a club level area as well as traditional upper deck seating, built on top of the existing north end zone bleachers and matching the existing east and west upper decks. The expansion added approximately 10,000 seats making the stadium one of the largest in the NCAA at the time of completion.
Construction consisted of an eight-story concrete frame structure, upper bowl support frame, demolition of existing seating, modification of lower bowl, pre-cast seating for upper and lower bowls, and two 120 foot tall standalone elevator towers. There were 1,675 tons of rebar; 15,500 cubic yards of structural concrete and over 300 pieces of structural pre-cast. Each of the seven elevated slabs required over 30,000 square feet of shoring, with shoring heights ranging from fourteen to forty feet. There were over 653 column pours supporting these slabs. There are fourteen cantilevered raker beams supporting the upper deck seating.