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Material on this page was published when Seahawks Stadium, now called Qwest Field, opened in 2002.
Friday, August 2, 2002 - 12:00 a.m. Pacific
Construction & design
The north scoreboard, which towers above the Hawks Nest, is the larger of the stadium's two HawkVision video boards. The displays were designed and built to present video and graphic images of the highest resolution and clarity. The north board is a portrait layout about 44 feet wide and 50 feet high, one of the largest in the NFL. The vertical configuration is meant to allow a view toward downtown. There are also four "hustle" boards, two at each end, that show running totals like rushing and passing yardage. Two were recycled from the Kingdome.
Sources: Edelman Worldwide, Ellerbe Becket, LMN Architects
MARK NOWLIN / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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