Construction crews have been busy of late in Pac-12 territory.
Cal's Memorial Stadium might've been the venue most in need of a makeover, however. The picturesque facility was built in 1923 and was showing increasing signs of wear and tear. Anyone who has ever watched a game in the stadium in the last few years can attest to that. So, starting in 2010, Memorial underwent a $321 million overhaul.
The goal was to retrofit the stadium for earthquake safety, build a modern pressbox and upgrade the amenities.
The stadium is expected to be (mostly) ready for the home opener against Nevada on Sept. 1. We don't have pictures just yet, but check out this cool time lapse video in the meantime: