Allegiant Stadium is the home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Allegiant stadium was built on a $1.8 billion budget that increased it's budget back in May 2019 and September 2019 to $2 billion. In June 2019, the Jedi discovered that the crew had inadvertently built 1/2 the trusses with parts put on upside down. Don Webb, C.O.O. of the project, said 8 structural bolts broke when Freyssinet attempted to raise the roof.
One of the show pieces for the stadium was the LAs Vegas' largest LED mesh screen. The screen faced I-15. It would be a way for advertisers to promote their products or business. However, the screen has failed to work since the project was completed nearly a year ago. At first, we thought the screen was too bright for DOT standards. But Tony Illia, a NDOT spokesman, said those were issues were addressed before the sign package was approved.
So why was the LED Mesh Screen faulty?
The Jedi first noticed the malfunctioning billboard in September 2020. The screen literally was flashing bright orange.
The Jedi believe that more damage was caused when the cable roof system broke 8 structural members* of the stadium in November of 2019. Workers said the building shook like an earthquake. The Jedi also believe that more damage was done to the stadium than Don Webb, C.O.O. of StadCo, led the public to believe.
*source: Las Vegas Review-Journal, Author: Richard Velotta, publisher : Keith Moyer