Evidence that Las Vegas Review-Journal is Withholding Material Facts Regarding the Safety of Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Allegiant Stadium Withholding Material Facts about the STRUCTURAL SAFETY to BOOST SEASON TICKET SALES
Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas is withholding material facts about the structural safety from the public in order to boost season ticket sales.
The original price of the stadium was $1.8 billion financed by $750 million in public funding and $1.1 billion from Mark Davis and the Raiders.
Mark Davis’ portion of the financing comes from:
In November 2019, the weight of the trusses combined with the stress from the EFTE Cable Net Roof System, broke 8 structural bolts out of 44. The project got shut down by Grand Canyon Development Partners.
However, the Review-Journal continued to print that the roof was on scheduled until November 18th, Mick Akers finally tweeted and acknowledge a delay, but no mention of an inspector shut down. Season Ticket Payments were due Friday, November 15, 2019.
Nobody was unaware the roof had collapsed: here’s a sample what the Association of General Contractors released on November 19 2019, after the project had been shut down:
Most outlets were unaware: here’s a sample what the Association of General Contractors released on November 19 2019, after the project had been shut down:
“McCarthy, Mortenson lauded for work on Allegiant Stadium
Many of the 43,000 components of the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas have been finished ahead of schedule as overall construction remains on time and within budget…”
“Noted delay in the cable net roof system raise at
@AllegiantStadm (Orig slated for Nov. 10 completion)“
Or, Las Vegas has the ABSOLUTE WORST iron workers journalists and contractors in the Universe.
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