Raiders stadium passes “super flush” test
It's been a big week for the Bowl movement in Las Vegas.
First, the NFL announced that the Pro Bowl would leave Orlando in 2021 to head to the Raiders' new stadium. Now we know that all toilets work at the same time.
According to Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Allegiant Stadium passed its “Super Flush” test on Tuesday, in which all bathroom fittings were activated at the same time.
That is a total of 1,430 toilets and urinals, all of which were flushed while the sinks in 297 toilets were switched on to determine whether the sanitary system could withstand the stress of 65,000 fans.
"We never want 60,000 to 70,000 people in the building, and the plumbing system fails us at one of these events," said Julie Amacker, director of project manager CAA Icon. "This is one of the last check boxes that says we're ready to host guests."
It's a good sign that the $ 2 billion stadium will be completed by July 31, though it may take some time for the Raiders to be ready for a full house.
The Raiders Stadium passes the “Super Flush” test, which was originally published on Pro Football Talk
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