The Oakland A’s announced Monday the hiring of Mortenson-McCarthy as construction manager for their proposed $1.5 billion ballpark on the Las Vegas Strip, according to a press release from the Major League Baseball (MLB) team. A joint venture of Minneapolis-based Mortenson and national builder McCarthy Building Companies, Mortenson-McCarthy built the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium for […]
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The Oakland A’s have announced the hiring of Mortenson-McCarthy as the construction manager for their proposed $1.5 billion ballpark on the Las Vegas Strip. This announcement was made in a press release issued by the Major League Baseball (MLB) team. Mortenson-McCarthy is a joint venture between Minneapolis-based Mortenson and national builder McCarthy Building Companies. Previously, Mortenson-McCarthy had built the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium.
This hiring is a significant step forward for the Oakland A’s as they move forward with their plans for building a new ballpark. The Las Vegas Strip location holds great potential and the hiring of Mortenson-McCarthy brings experienced professionals who have successfully constructed a major sports facility in the area.
The construction manager plays a crucial role in overseeing the entire construction process, ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget. With Mortenson-McCarthy’s expertise and track record, the Oakland A’s can be confident in the successful execution of their vision for the new ballpark.