On March 7 it was a day of celebration in Inglewood as the final steel beam was put in place at Intuit Dome, marking a major milestone in the construction of this state-of-the-art venue. City representatives and Inglewood Mayor were in attendance, along with Steve Ballmer, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, who spoke to the excited crowd.
Intuit Dome, which is set to become the new home of the Clippers, is a multi-purpose venue that will host concerts, conventions, and sporting events. With a seating capacity of over 18,000, it promises to be one of the most impressive venues in the country, and its construction has been eagerly followed by fans and residents alike.
During the ceremony, a final steel beam was lifted into place by crane, and everyone in attendance was invited to sign it, leaving their mark on this historic moment. It was a truly special experience for all involved, and a chance to celebrate the hard work and dedication that has gone into this project, especially the local construction team members and minority-owned and disadvantaged businesses.
Mayor James T. Butts Jr. spoke about the significance of Intuit Dome to the city of Inglewood, noting that it will continue to bring in new jobs, generate revenue and provide a new space for the community to come together. Mayor Butts also expressed his gratitude to everyone who has worked on the project, from the construction workers to the architects and engineers.
Steve Ballmer, the owner of the Clippers, also addressed the crowd, expressing his excitement for the new venue and thanking everyone involved in its construction. He noted that Intuit Dome will be a world-class facility that will bring people from all over the region to Inglewood.
As we celebrate this momentous occasion, we look forward to the many exciting events that will soon take place at Intuit Dome. Congratulations to everyone involved in this incredible project, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for Intuit Dome!