DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos have begun a major renovation of the field at Sports Authority Field at Mile High this offseason.

According to the Broncos, the organization has partnered with Sports Contracting Group and Millennium Sports Technologies to upgrade the playing surface.

READ MORE: 'Step In The Right Direction': Black Denver Activist Cautiously Optimistic Following Chauvin Verdicts

The field was removed on Monday and the new playing surface is expected to be in place by early April.

READ MORE: Skier Tumbles Estimated 2,000 Feet From 14er Summit

“Sports Authority Field at Mile High is committed to providing state-of-the-art amenities to fans and teams utilizing the stadium,” Director of Facilities for Stadium Management Company Zach Myhra said in a statement. “After completing extensive upgrades to the stadium in recent years, our focus now is providing the safest and best possible playing surface at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.”

An image of the work being done on Wednesday from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

An image of the work being done on Wednesday from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

The new field will be made of 100 percent Kentucky bluegrass sod grown by Graff’s Turf Farms in Fort Morgan. It’s a switch from the synthetic blend surface that has been used at the stadium since it opened in 2001.

MORE NEWS: Mass Vaccination Sites In Colorado Now Open To Walk-Ups: 'No More Excuses'

The Denver Outlaws will have the honor of being the first to play on the new field during their home opener against the Charlotte Hounds on May 3.