Arkansas’ Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium will be getting a makeover.
That was confirmed on Thursday, when the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees agreed to purchase $120 million in bonds to fund the renovation, according to a report from WholeHogsSports.
The decision reportedly passed by an 8-2 vote.
The Razorbacks reportedly will add approximately 4,800 seats by 2018, most of which will be of the club and luxury box variety, as a part of a proposed $160 million renovation plan.
The Arkansas football program’s Twitter account released some visuals on Thursday to give a better idea of what things may look like once construction is completed:
Some new visuals to share today following the Board of Trustees approval of the DWRRS renovation. ? pic.twitter.com/Ss9rQ2TMbw
— Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) June 16, 2016
According to the report, the athletic department plans to payback the bonds “through ticket revenue and private donations.”