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Published February 25, 2014
THE CATS' MEOW: The Panthers on Friday said that the first phase of the team's $65M Bank of America Stadium renovation project is "on schedule and going well, despite the recent snowstorm." Panthers Dir of Stadium Operations Scott Paul said that workers "started the project five weeks ago and remain on schedule to finish in early July." Paul said the recent snowstorm "set us back a little bit." But he added that Turner Construction "had made allowance for potential delays in the pre-construction schedule" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 2/22).