Ed Graney and Rick Velotta are joined by Las Vegas Stadium Authority chairman Steve Hill to discuss the latest developments around the Las Vegas Stadium.
Nevada is one of several states that have allowed construction to continue during the coronavirus pandemic.
Workers on the site were already adhering to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, according to a news release.
Around 1 p.m. Wednesday, crews could be seen working all around the stadium, carrying out signage work and curtain wall duties, among a bevy of tasks.
As Allegiant Stadium rises from the ground its place in the Las Vegas skyline has come into form.
What goes up must come down, at least temporarily.
Construction of Allegiant Stadium is unlikely to affected by the new coronavirus outbreak that is having an impact on just about every industry across the Las Vegas valley.
The first ETFE panels—short for ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, a fluorine based plastic— affixed to the roof near the north east portion of the $2 billion stadium were installed Monday.
With the placing of an “m” early Tuesday, the multiday installation process of the first illuminated “Allegiant Stadium” signage on the future home of the Raiders was complete.
“I can tell you, the first thing that I promised to have happen, is I’m going to feed all the workers and a plus-one a steak dinner on the floor of that stadium,” he said.