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Design, Final Cost Revealed for Vegas Stadium

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

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Design elements for the new Las Vegas stadium were released late last week while the final costs for the project were cemented at $1.8 billion.

The future home of the National Football League’s current Oakland Raiders is still set for completion in August 2020 and officials stress that everything is going according to plan.

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Design elements for the new Las Vegas stadium were released late last week while the final costs for the project were cemented at $1.8 billion.

“Everything is on time and there is a lot of activity on the site,” Raiders President Marc Badain said. “We’re almost done with excavation, and we have a cement batch on site now.”

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Last week, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority met to finalize financial documents that will be put before Clark County Commissioners next week, on April 3. The $1.8 billion is coming from a variety of sources: $200 million from an NFL loan program, $850 million from the Raiders and $750 million of public funding.

Officials say that the vast majority of that price tag—$1.39 billion—is going toward construction, with Mortenson Construction and McCarthy Building Cos. serving as general contractors on the job.

And the results of that construction are now a little clearer as officials also revealed several design plans during the meeting including:

  • The ceiling will be made of an ethylene tetrafluoroethylene high-strength translucent polymer, which will let in natural light while keeping heat down at the same time;
  • Translucent stadium components around the building envelope will give stadium a black appearance during the day but allow the inside lights to be visible from the outside at night;
  • Envelope ribbons will serve as ventilation and drain water from the roof; and
  • The north end of the stadium is slated to feature folding 80-by-120-foot lanai doors that open to a view of the Las Vegas Strip.

“This will truly be a first-class sports and entertainment facility, designed with the other 355 potential events days in a year...in the front of our minds,” said Don Webb, chief operating officer for the Las Vegas Stadium Co.

   

Tagged categories: Building envelope; Construction; Design; Stadiums/Sports Facilities

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