The site of the future Raiders stadium, as seen from a helicopter Wednesday, August 22, 2018.
The $1.8 billion, 65,000-seat project is due to be completed in time for the 2020 NFL season.
Well-connected AEG Facilities has been named to manage the $1.8 billion, 65,000-seat Las Vegas stadium when it opens for the 2020 football season.
One of the 65-ton steel canopy trusses on the west side of the stadium was installed last week only to be later removed.
The UNLV International Gaming Institute turned out to be instrumental in the unlikely bid to move the Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas.
Though it sometimes seems officials have nothing but good news regarding the construction of the Las Vegas stadium, one official acknowledged a list of worries tied to the $1.8 billion project that occasionally keep him up at night.
New suites and a field-level club are part of $40 million in new Las Vegas stadium features that could strengthen the city’s 2025 Super Bowl bid.
The Raiders team is in the final stretch of completing a comprehensive transportation plan that will increase parking significantly, Stadium Event Co. Chief Operating Officer Don Webb said.
By nearly every standard, the $1.8 billion Las Vegas stadium is about half finished.
Nearly half of the $1.8 billion has been spent and construction on the Las Vegas stadium is about 44 percent completed with 11 of 26 canopy trusses in place.
A transportation study is underway aimed at making the area surrounding the Las Vegas stadium easier to navigate by incorporating enhanced pedestrian, bicycle and multimodal options.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air said the trademark request is not tied to the $1.8 billion Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium to be completed in 2020.