Via the Orlando Magic:
Pounds of concrete used to build the Amway Center.
Pounds of total steel used to build the Amway Center, including six, 380-foot, 150-ton roof trusses which were locally fabricated just six miles from the arena site. The total length of all arena steel roof framing equals 55,287 feet or 10.5 miles.
Number of LED lights in the center-hung videoboard, the tallest and most high-definition in an NBA venue measuring in at 42 feet high and weighing in at 80,000 pounds.
Square footage of the new Amway Center – almost triple the size of the old 367,000 square foot arena.
Gallons of water saved annually in the environmentally-friendly building which employs a rain water collection system for irrigation and high-efficiency water flow fixtures in restrooms. Water consumption will be reduced by 40 percent over a comparably sized building.
Estimate dollars in annual energy savings because of the high efficiency “green” systems in place in the Amway Center. Overall the environmentally-friendly systems will cut energy consumption by 24 percent over a comparable, code compliant, designed building.
Maximum number of seats in the flexible Amway Center. Orlando Magic seating will be 18,500.
Number of light fixtures in the building.
Number of parking spaces within a 10-minute walk of the arena.
Number of Magic tickets priced $25 or less, including the first-time ever introduction of $5 tickets (while supplies last).
Number of construction workers who built the Amway Center.
Number of plumbing devices in the building, including 563 toilets/urinals.
Number of high-definition video displays in the new Amway Center.
Combined number of devices used (240) to make the Amway Center wireless, and touch screen control-based units (230) for patrons to order food, beverages and merchandise.
Number of pieces of art work (140 original pieces and 200 museum quality photographs) in the Amway Center, as part of the public arts program for the building. Fourteen Central Florida artists contributed an estimated 110 pieces to the collection.