ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — The Carolina Panthers’ state-of-the-art team headquarters and practice facility is beginning to take shape.
Just over the South Carolina state line in Rock Hill, steel support beams are emerging from the ground on a rocky, dusty 240-acre plot of land.
Dug-up boulders have been cast into a huge pile, construction vehicles scurry about and large cranes hoist metal beams into place on a site that the workers here call “The Rock,” because the architectural design of the headquarters was meant to depict a rock jutting out of the ground.
The Panthers will continue to play home games at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte but practices, training camp and everything else club-related will be at The Rock.
Completion is scheduled for 2023.