The Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) and team owner Steve Ballmer marked a milestone in the construction of Intuit Dome, the $1.8 billion privately financed arena/entertainment complex scheduled to open for the 2024-2025 NBA season.
The milestone was not a major one, but it was enough for one for Ballmer, Clippers President of Business Operations Gillian Zucker and Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts to mark the occasion with an update on the construction of Intuit Dome from what will be the concourse of the arena’s main lobby entrance, overlooking center court and The Wall.
The milestone: the completion of Intuit Dome’s concrete frame construction. “A task this monumental requires a commitment and work ethic equally staggering,” Zucker told the gathered crowd. “We are joined here today by 650 men and women who poured this concrete as well as their hearts and souls into this project and today we cheer for them.
“With the foundation laid and the concrete frame completed we can direct our focus towards the details and flourishes that will ultimately create an intimate intense fan experience at Intuit Dome unlike any other place.”
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