Since the new Mosaic Stadium official ground breaking in June significant activity at the construction site has taken place, including the recent addition of two tower cranes in the NE and SE areas of the site. The cranes are 215 feet and 200 feet high respectively. Two additional cranes are scheduled for arrival next month and will be used on the construction site until October 2015.
“We are extremely pleased with the progress that PCL and their partners have made at the new Mosaic Stadium site to date. The work that has taken place really gives an appreciation for the size of the project. The first project in the Regina Revitalization Initiative is really taking shape,” said Mayor Michael Fougere.
Approximately 80 per cent of the main floor foundation, pilecaps and grade beams on the east side have been completed. Pilings are 73 per cent finished, while excavation is approximately 20 feet below grade.
“We currently have over 100 people on site every day, including managers, engineers, and tradespeople. Now with the tower cranes in place the visual transformation of the site will really start,” said Sean Hamelin, District Manager PCL Construction Management Inc.
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The best way to track progress of construction is through the stadium construction camera which is available here
The stadium will be substantially complete in August 2016, with the first Rider game in the new Mosaic Stadium in June 2017.