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5 stadium projects that are knocking construction out of the park

Not content to just cash in just on game days, professional sports teams are including retail, hotel, entertainment and residential components and outdoor recreation space in their new stadium and arena projects, or they are adding them after the stadiums and arenas are constructed...

  • Construction Dive
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  • October 09 2018

An automated people mover could come to L.A.’s new football stadium

The City of Inglewood in Southern California has announced a plan to add a 1.8-mile automated people mover (APM) connecting the forthcoming Los Angeles Rams stadium and the region’s growing transit network in the near future.  

  • The Architech's Newspaper
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  • July 23 2018

Rams, Chargers fans get an aerial view of new L.A. stadium's progress

INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- The process is simple once you figure out the flight patterns. If you’re flying into Los Angeles International Airport from the north, chances are you will land on the north runway, which means you will only see the forthcoming new NFL stadium on the left portion of the airplane.

  • ESPN Blog
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  • June 28 2018

Rams, Chargers show off construction of new stadium

The Los Angeles Rams and Chargers have shown off their future new home rising from a very deep hole in suburban Inglewood. The teams on Wednesday gave news media a hard-hat tour of the stadium construction site about 10 miles (16 kilometers) southwest of downtown Los Angeles and not far from the eastern approach to Los Angeles International Airport's two northern runways.

  • USA Today (AP)
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  • January 04 2018

A look at the Inglewood stadium that's the future home of Rams and Chargers

The 70,000-seat, open-air facility that will be shared by the Rams and the Chargers in Inglewood is the centerpiece of a $2.6 billion, 298-acre development that will be 3½ times the size of Disneyland.

  • ESPN
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  • January 04 2018

Rams, Chargers show off construction of new stadium

The Los Angeles Rams and Chargers have shown off their future new home rising from a very deep hole in suburban Inglewood. The teams on Wednesday gave news media a hard-hat tour of the stadium construction site about 10 miles (16 kilometers) southwest of downtown Los Angeles and not far from the eastern approach to Los Angeles International Airport’s two northern runways.

  • Fox Sports
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  • January 03 2018

FAQ

Hiring Opportunities

Yes, to work on this project as a tradesperson you must be a member of a union. For more information on construction job opportunities, contact Inglewood One Stop Construction and Utilities Pathways Program (CUPP). For more information to work on the project, refer to the Opportunities page.

Yes, for non-union contractors, you must be willing to sign a union master labor agreement with the union in the trade you are performing. This project is secured by a project labor agreement.

Yes, there is an apprenticeship program for each trade. For more information and entry into the trades, contact the South Bay Workforce Investment Board Inglewood One Stop Construction and Utilities Pathways Program (CUPP). For more information on apprenticeship programs, refer to the Opportunities page.

Yes, the Community Engagement Team (CET) partners with several organizations to assist targeted individuals with construction job preparation, skills and training. For a list of Workforce partners, refer to the Opportunities page.

Contracting Opportunities

For more information on contracting opportunities, refer to the Opportunities page.

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Benefits

As part of the Project, significant public infrastructure improvements will be made, including; modernizing traffic signals, upgrading streets and creating new public parks. All infrastructure costs will be paid in advance by the project developers.

Once the stadium is open, the Inglewood city government is projected to receive tens of millions in general fund revenues each year from the Project. This infusion of funds will help to balance the budget, improve and expand city services, and enhance public safety. Revenues from the project can also fund new after-school activities, such as mentoring and anti-gang programs.