There have been several hiccups along the way to building Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, but everything seems to be coming together perfectly.
“The coronavirus pandemic has upended daily life and made an already ambitious project schedule even more challenging,” Don Webb, chief operating officer for the Las Vegas Raiders’ construction subsidiary, said on Thursday, per Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
“But even with this added degree of difficulty, Allegiant Stadium remains on track for substantial completion of its construction on July 31,” Webb said. “The construction continues generally on a six-day a week schedule, with a daily workforce that has exceeded 2,000 workers on site.”
The exterior of the stadium has been seen multiple times, whether it’s during the day or during the night.
Not many have access to seeing inside of it and how things are going.
Reporter Mike Akers gave us access to that and stated seats are being installed and restrooms are coming together.
The team is now estimating that they’ll be making $549 million from PSLs alone, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. That’s more than double the $250 million they originally estimated.
Everything would be totally perfect if fans would be able to be in the stadium later this year, but the coronavirus pandemic will likely stop that from happening.