I was watching 'Building It Bigger" tonight, and they were featuring the New Texas Stadium in Arlington, TX...
I was impressed at the size as well as the cost which is over 1 Billion USD so, anybody had the honor to work on such a site?
I'll let the ones who are working, or have worked on this project to boast about the details such as the largest HD TV screens in the World will be inside, and the largest Arches in North America, or even the world of 1290 feet long across supporting the double retractable roof panels along with the largest sliding door panels of 120 ft high on both ends of the stadium, and even more goodies like the fact that it will be able to hold up to 100,000 people in seating that's adjustable from 70,000 to 100,000 max.
A whole lot of welding and bolting was performed both in the fab shops as well as on site so, anyone involved in one way or another with this project?
Anybody want to add more on this immense project where season tickets will cost the average fan 150,000 USD???
We got Six rings and we're going for Seven like the number of our QB who is innocent... Go Steelers!!! ;) ;) ;) I prefer Heinz Field where one can really feel the elements especially in the winter when football really reaches it's pinnacle in playing the game!!! :) :) :) The only place better is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, right Larry? ;)