Some projects, such as Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, are continuing as planned
As work and safety restrictions begin to lift in parts of the country, sports teams are able to continue construction on new facilities with fewer obstacles. In the case of system integration, projects that may have been tabled are being resumed, and some that had forged ahead have the greenlight to finish on schedule.
SVG sat down with Jeff Volk, VP, Alpha Video, to discuss how more governmental leeway has allowed construction to be adjusted accordingly, why safety remains a priority, how clients have been understanding during this time, and how control-room design could change moving forward.
Alpha Video’s Jeff Volk has maintained a healthy and safe environment for employees throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
How have current projects adjusted to the coronavirus pandemic?System integration has been deemed an essential business from Day 1. The state of Nevada was on lockdown, but both the [Allegiant] Stadium site and [Raiders] team headquarters in Las Vegas were considered essential infrastructure, so construction at those venues never stopped.
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