Those looking to work inside the nearly complete $2 billion, 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium still have time to apply for various game-day positions.
Only a small amount of work remains at the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium ahead of its July 31 substantial completion date.
With 37 days until the July 31 substantial completion date, the Raiders were already running inside Allegiant Stadium Wednesday — well, sort of.
As dazzling as the stadium is on the outside, it’s just as, if not more, impressive inside the 1.75-million-square-foot facility.
The first of the fan-focused legacy bricks have been laid at the Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium.
In what is the first “super” event that is hoped to take place in the nearly complete Allegiant Stadium, crews tested an important game-day feature, the plumbing system.
The positions are in the fields of hospitality, food service, security, ticketing, customer service and custodial, with six employers hiring, including the Raiders, Silver & Black Hospitality and ASM Global.
The 85-foot Al Davis memorial torch that spans multiple levels of the stadium could be seen towering over the main entrance on the north end of the $2 billion stadium.
With under two months until the July 31 substantial completion date, Mark Davis said it’ll probably be a photo finish.
There are 15 active cases of coronavirus among workers who have been on the Allegiant Stadium project site.