Las Vegas Raiders New Oakland Coliseum NFL Stadium Concept You Never Saw

Las Vegas Raiders New Oakland Coliseum NFL Stadium Concept You Never Saw
(Last Updated On: March 30, 2020)

Las Vegas Raiders New Oakland Coliseum NFL Stadium Concept You Never Saw

ONN – New Coliseum NFL Stadium Concept You Never Saw

This is the from-when-they-were-the Raiders New Coliseum NFL Stadium Concept Design and Drawings by MEIS Architects, commissioned by the / Raiders in 2016, but never shown to the public.

Except for pages on the MEIS Architects website, there’s no record of any organization showing this to a public audience, save for Zennie62Media. The reason for this one can only guess is because the Raiders didn’t want anyone to see it. Full post:

Moreover, a look at the MEIS Architects website coding for the webpage on the Raiders reveals a note that says “dan-meis-2018” – that means the website page was installed in this year, even though the project was done for the Raiders in 2016.

Which brings up a lot of questions.

Did the NFL see this? Did the Mayor of see it? Who has seen it, and why did they cover up its existence?

MEIS Architects wrote this to introduce the design study effort:

“Design study for a 75,000 seat NFL Stadium for the Raiders. In an effort to retain the Raiders in the Market, MEIS was engaged to design a cost-effective state of the art stadium. The design embodies the brand of the Raiders in a structurally expressive design in black steel and silver metal panels.

Location: , CA USA
Client: Raiders
Size: 75,000 seats
Year: 2016
Cost: Confidential

So, this was made in 2016, and would seem to answer the question I asked Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley about a new stadium in 2016. Miley told me that he had seen drawings for a new Raiders Stadium at the team’s headquarters. Miley said that it looked a little “like the Seattle Stadium.” Indeed, one of the concepts shown on the MEIS website was for a stadium in that looked a lot like CenturyLink Stadium it its design. But the MEIS Architects design never saw the eye of the public until now, and when they put up the web-page, this year, 2018.

Even then, as noted in the livestream, the MEIS Architects website does not list the Raiders Stadium Design Study in its menu list of projects, and that includes NFL stadiums in Los Angeles and in San Diego. So, why was this covered up?

This blogger will offer one speculation: that the Raiders may not have wanted the NFL to know it had a plan for . That way, the Raiders could invent the idea that there was no plan, and that Las Vegas had the only plan.

It also helps to explain why Larry McNeil, who the Raiders hired as their stadium point person in 2016, is now nowhere to be seen. It’s hard to find out what happened to him, or who he’s working for now. Why?

This marks a new development in this ongoing and messy saga of the Raiders quest for a new stadium, and what they did to wind up becoming the .

Stay tuned.

UPDATE: The Raiders has the plan done in secret. It was secretly ordered by an Alameda county official at the Raiders request in 2016 and then sent to the Raiders organization. Claudia Cappio, who was then CAO, was in the meeting at Raiders HQ, as was one other person who’s name I can’t yet reveal until they say it’s OK. This is not the Floyd Kephart plan. Floyd was removed from the project by Mayor Schaaf in 2015.

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