The first roof panels were installed at Allegiant Stadium earlier this week, marking the start of the final process of the structure being fully enclosed. The ETFE panel installation is expected to last through May.
Safety netting is being laid across the stainless-steel cable net of Allegiant Stadium in preparation for the ETFE roof installation. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto and Stadium Insider Rick Velotta discuss the safety netting and the overall progress of the roof.
Outside of the Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision canopy, Allegiant Stadium’s video screen will be the largest sign in the valley, approximately 27,600 square feet in area.
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority board was informed during their meeting on Thursday that Allegiant Stadium will be completed on time.
Allegiant Stadium’s roof, a signature feature of the building, was expected to be installed by fall but is now planned for completion by mid-May. Las Vegas Review-Journal host Cassie Soto discusses the set back with business writer and stadium insider Rick Velotta.
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.
Raiders fans will not need to worry about places to tailgate, as plans are in motion to provide as many places as possible for fans to enjoy pre-game festivities.
Allegiant Stadium will not only be home to the future Las Vegas Raiders, but it will also be home to the largest 3D printed structure in the world. The 85-foot tall Al Davis Memorial Torch is currently being printed in Kansas and will be made out of carbon fiber and aluminum.
In a new addition of the Vegas Nation Stadium Show Ed Graney and Rick Velotta discus the latest construction on the Raiders Allegiant Stadium with interviews from Don Webb.
The Las Vegas stadium that will be the home of the Raiders in 2020 had its topping ceremony Monday where the highest beam was attached to the roof trusses after being signedby dignitaries and politicians. At the ceremony the Raiders revealed that the name of the stadium will be Allegiant Stadium and their new partnership with Allegiant Airlines. Ed Graney and Rick Velotta recap the ceremony and more in this addition of the Vegas Nation “Allegiant” Stadium show with interviews from Raiders president Marc Badain and Allegiant Airlines CEO Maurice Gallagher.
Are the Raiders returning to Oakland in 2019? Who will win the Antonio Brown sweepstakes? What positions will the Raiders look to upgrade first on their roster in free agency and the NFL draft? How is Mike Mayock fitting into his new role as Raiders GM? Vegas Nation Mailbag hosts Ed Graney and Heidi Fang answer your burning questions and talk all things happening with the Silver & Black.
Much like the Arizona Cardinals field, the Raiders will also be playing on a field tray that can be retracted in order to maintain real grass. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto and Las Vegas Review- Journal reporter Rick Velotta discuss the latest updates regrading the Las Vegas Stadium as well as the groundbreaking of the Raiders headquarters in Henderson.
The Oakland Raiders and the Nfl are being sued by the city of Oakland. The Raiders may need somewhere to play in 2019. Ed Graney and Rick Velotta talk about where the Raiders may play next year and the latest progress on the new stadium being built in Las Vegas.
The $1.8 billion Las Vegas stadium project continues to grow with workers taking the project vertically on the site at Russell Road and Interstate 15.
Mortenson Construction Co. and McCarthy Building Cos. crews will continue to install the 52 65-ton truss assemblies that will hold the exterior skin of the stadium and support the translucent polymer roof.
Committee work also is well underway with the Las Vegas Stadium Authority continuing to meet every other month and the Southern Nevada Sporting Event Committee preparing a report to Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Nevada Legislature for how to develop events to keep the stadium busy when it isn’t hosting Las Vegas Raiders and UNLV Rebels football games.
The public can watch progress on the stadium with a new 24-hour camera installed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal atop the Panorama Towers and focused on the site.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and business reporter Rick Velotta discussed progress in a new Vegas Nation Stadium Show.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and business reporter Rick Velotta discuss the Raiders’ four proposed stadium parking locations and what that could mean for tailgating and traffic to and from the stadium.
Vegas Nation Stadium Host Bill Bradley, Rick Velotta and Eli Segall go over the progress on the Raiders stadium and practice facility in Las Vegas.
Review-Journal sports reporter Ed Graney and business reporter Rick Velotta go over the recent updates on the Raiders stadium and owner Mark Davis serving food to construction workers.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and reporter Rick Velotta talk about how the Raiders’ stadium construction is progressing and the complications that might occur due to pricing.