ONN – Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium Construction Update: ETFE Roof Supports Move Up
The ETFE (Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) roof supports for Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium are finally moving into place. The original plan was for the roof supports to be in place, and the ETFE panels, to be installed, making up the roof, by this point in time. By estimates, the entire process is approximately two months behind schedule, at best.
The good news is the curtain walls are being installed. They are the black panels that are starting to form the “skin” on the I-15 side of the Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium. Overall, the construction process to bring in the curtain walls on the Polaris Street side of the stadium have not started – the entire curtain wall process is about 20 percent complete.
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