ONN – Was Raiders Las Vegas Stadium Construction Effected By July 4th California Earthquake?
On July 4th 2019, Southern California was rocked by a 6.4 on the Richter Scale earthquake that was felt as far away as Las Vegas.
This video-blogger wondered if Las Vegas Stadium was impacted in any way by the low level shaking. A visit to the livestream helped point to a possible answer.
To cut to the chase, the northern crane located near the Lanai Door area and what will be the Al Davis Torch, that was supporting one of the canopy truss segments, was pushed to a full upright position after several days of the previous position.
That this happened on the day of the earthquake and after it, raises the question if the waves of movement were trigger for a review of the structure? Or was it due to some damage or malady?
Given the precision required to install the Las Vegas Stadium canopy truss segments, such questions are appropriate for the occasion. But, given the unusually tight release of information from both the Raiders and Las Vegas Stadium, something not heard of in a publicly-owned stadium, that information’s not going to come out tomorrow.
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