When the Oakland Raiders selected a general contractor to build the planned 65,000-seat Las Vegas stadium, team executives said they wanted the best. And when Minneapolis-based M.A. Mortenson Construction began building sports facilities, company executives said they, too, wanted to be the best.
Board members cruised through a lengthy agenda, but had little to show for it in the end, except that everything still appears to be on track for completion of a final stadium development agreement in February.
When the Las Vegas Stadium Authority meets Thursday, it will consider the nominations of 16 people from eight organizations to fill seven positions on the new Las Vegas Stadium Benefits Oversight Committee.
Ask the average Minnesota Vikings fan about the team’s potentially historic run toward Super Bowl LII and there’s no question: They would love the team to be the first ever to host the NFL’s championship game in its home stadium on Feb. 4.
The RJ’s Ed Graney and Rick Velotta discuss the latest developments on the approvals and construction of the Las Vegas Stadium.
No deal-killing issues emerged Thursday when the Nevada Board of Regents picked through UNLV’s Joint-Use Agreement with the Oakland Raiders for use of the planned 65,000-seat domed Las Vegas football stadium.
The agreement outlines improvements to infrastructure and public safety at and around the stadium, all of which the Raiders have agreed to fund.
Every year at around this time, we look back at the good (and bad) times of the previous year.
One of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries literally took on new depth Thursday when a man buried a Kansas City Chiefs flag near what is expected to be the 50-yard line of the new Raiders stadium going up on the Strip.
UNLV will have access to Las Vegas Raiders stadium parking lots, on and offsite, and collect parking fee revenue from themduring UNLV events.