As Mercedes-Benz Stadium nears completion, the Georgia Dome is gradually getting torn down before its November demolition.
Brett Jewkes, spokesperson for the AMB Group, is always good about Tweeting out pictures of the Dome's decommissioning process.
First, we saw the Dome without seats.
Meanwhile, at the Georgia Dome. pic.twitter.com/uir8RzVkWD— Brett Jewkes (@BJewkes) July 23, 2017
On Thursday, Jewkes sent out a picture of the Dome with the lower bowl completely demolished.
The seats from the club level have also been removed.
Fans and former season ticket holders have purchased seats from inside the stadium, which opened in 1992. They were supposed to receive them several months ago, but a delay with the roof pushed the Mercedes-Benz Stadium opening form March to August. They kept the Dome as an insurance policy.
Nevertheless, they'll be receiving the seats soon.
The Georgia Dome is set to be demolished on Monday, Nov. 20 at 7:30 a.m.
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