Construction of Allegiant Stadium is unlikely to affected by the coronavirus outbreak that is having an impact on just about every industry across the Las Vegas Valley. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Watch the name of the new Raiders stadium in Las Vegas go up in less that a minute. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A clip from PodKats! with Raiders owner Mark Davis. Tune into the full episode Monday, March 16. (Angus Kelly and Reed Redmond/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)
Mark Davis addresses the media at Allegiant Stadium after officially changing the team’s name to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Allegiant Stadium Time Lapse Drone Video
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 edition of the Vegas Nation Stadium Show Rick Velotta and Mick Akers discuss the latest construction on Allegiant Stadium with an interview from Don Webb.
The $2 billion Allegiant Stadium remains on time and on budget, even though completion of the cable net to support the translucent polymer roof won’t be completed until mid-December.
The reason: Other projects within the 65,000-seat stadium were completed well ahead of their projected completion dates.