Even if you're the most hardened of construction veterans, there are some projects where you can't help but take a step back and appreciate the power of the building trades. The completed construction of the new Las Vegas Raiders stadium is easily one of those projects.
Finished this, construction of the stadium took 32 months. Thanks to a new time-lapse video released by Earthcam, you can now watch the process in as little as 3 minutes.
According to information about the release of the video, multiple EarthCam construction cameras have been at the Raiders stadium construction site since November 2017, capturing over 65,000 hours of work and 1.4 million images.
"The powerful combination of live streaming video and megapixel panoramic images visualized each critical milestone throughout construction. Raiders fans were able to watch the new home of their favorite team come to life throughout the entire process, via EarthCam's live stream on the Allegiant Stadium website," details EarthCam in the release. "Visually inspired by the curves of a futuristic luxury vehicle, Allegiant Stadium is unlike any other venue, and this unique time-lapse video reflects its innovation."
Video and stadium project credits incldue:
- Design Builder: Mortenson-McCarthy
- Joint Venture Design Architect: Manica Architecturea
- Architect of Record: HNTB
- Project Managment: CAA ICON
- Produced and directed by Brian Cury
- EarthCam Editor: Travis Cooper, EarthCam
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