There are 15 active cases of coronavirus among workers who have been on the Allegiant Stadium project site.
With the Raiders natural grass turf laid out two weeks ago its UNLV football’s turn to get in on the action at Allegiant Stadium.
Room-tax revenue scenarios for the financing of Allegiant Stadium’s construction are a little less frightening, thanks to fund sequencing strategies adopted long before construction workers put a shovel in the ground.
The Raiders proceeds from sold out personal seat license sales at Allegiant Stadium continuing to smash original estimates with the latest total reported being $549 million.
In the midst of what Allegiant Stadium project officials are dubbing the “fourth quarter” of the construction process, crews are on track for a July 31 substantial completion date.
The Review-Journal will livestream Las Vegas Stadium Authority board meeting that begins at 1 p.m.
Construction updates, UNLV’s home schedule, a suite-use policy and the authority’s 2020-21 fiscal year budget are among the topics to be reviewed with the board meets.
What goes up must come down, and on Tuesday scaffolding around the $2 billion, 65,000-seat stadium was being dismantled.
The company is working to create Raiders game specific rides much like it does in Florida for the NBA, a Virgin spokesman said.
Crews began rolling out the sod Wednesday for the natural grass field the Raiders will play on inside Allegiant Stadium.
Allegiant Stadium will be a very popular destination for the 2020 NFL season as the Raiders kickoff their inaugural season in Las Vegas.
The move comes as new positive coronavirus cases, mainly tied to a team of electricians on the site that were identified in the last few weeks.
There have now been seven confirmed positive cases of the coronavirus at the Allegiant Stadium project site, according to the joint venture leading the stadium’s construction.
Allegiant Stadium will have no problem fitting in with a city famous for its bright lights.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that has shuttered Las Vegas, crews working at Allegiant Stadium completed another milestone in the construction of the $2 billion facility.