Watch the name of the new Raiders stadium in Las Vegas go up in less that a minute. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
An aerial look at the changing landscape in Las Vegas construction over the past year.
The Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium have partnered with Yesco to build signs for the upcoming 2020 season when the team plays their first game. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The completion date of the cable netting that will support Allegiant Stadium’s roof has been pushed back for a second time. COO Don Webb says that the cable netting is not on the “critical path,” so a hard-set completion date is not necessary.
In a new addition of the Vegas Nation Stadium Show Ed Graney and Rick Velotta discus the latest construction on the Raiders Allegiant Stadium with interviews from Don Webb.
The heavy lifting has begun at Allegiant Stadium. Construction crews on Thursday continued the slow process of raising a net of multi-ton steel cables that will support a translucent roof for the $2 billion, 65,000-seat indoor football stadium, which will become home to the Oakland Raiders next year. (Cassie Soto/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Las Vegas stadium that will be the home of the Raiders in 2020 had its topping ceremony Monday where the highest beam was attached to the roof trusses after being signedby dignitaries and politicians. At the ceremony the Raiders revealed that the name of the stadium will be Allegiant Stadium and their new partnership with Allegiant Airlines. Ed Graney and Rick Velotta recap the ceremony and more in this addition of the Vegas Nation “Allegiant” Stadium show with interviews from Raiders president Marc Badain and Allegiant Airlines CEO Maurice Gallagher.