Lions’ new home starts to take shape

From the street, it’s hard to determine how Orlando City’s future stadium is progressing. Take a few steps over mounds of dirt covered in tire tracks, though, and the picture becomes more clear.

...Standing on a top step, overlooking it all on Monday afternoon was Orlando City majority owner Flávio Augusto da Silva, who visited the stadium site for the first time.

Last Updated: April 11, 2016, 6:38 pm

MGM Resorts, AEG Commemorate Topping Off at New Arena

Tim Romani, of ICON Venue Group signs the final steel beam during a topping off ceremony for the Las Vegas Arena Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Representatives from MGM Resorts International and AEG, contractors Hunt-Penta and elected officials were on hand to celebrate the installation of the arena’s final steel beam. The $375 million arena is scheduled to open in Spring 2016.

Last Updated: June 5, 2015, 1:03 pm

Ace in the Hole

Las Vegas: the home of high rollers, stratospheric expectations and monumental pomp. MGM and AEG’s new Las Vegas Arena will, says its website, ‘bring the city, and the world, a whole new place to play… The Arena is what the Coliseum was to Rome. It will redefine and reshape how the monolithic events of our time are experienced and remembered.’ Low-key it isn’t.

The developers of the US $375m indoor arena broke ground on May 1, 2014, with completion scheduled for spring 2016, building through a period when Las Vegas’s offering to visitors continues to evolve....

Last Updated: October 8, 2014, 5:59 pm

Pepsi Center Installs Tech Upgrades

For ICON Venue Group’s President and CEO Tim Romani, this was unfinished business. Romani served as president and GM of Pepsi Center in Denver back when the building was built in 1999. He said the audio and visual components were among the last things purchased, so the National Basketball Association venue started with equipment that was “a cut below state-of- the-art, at that time.” Now, 14 years later, he’s getting a chance to make it right.

Last Updated: September 18, 2013, 10:22 am

Conceptual Illustrations of proposed downtown Edmonton arena available

On Monday, January 16, 2012, ICON Venue Group team members Tim Romani and Dan Vaillant presented to Edmonton’s City Council. The presentation included information about ICON’s arena portfolio, photos of modern arena features, and conceptual illustrations created as a result of a preliminary programming study for the new Edmonton arena.

To view the presentation, please click on the following link: More

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Last Updated: January 19, 2012, 4:31 pm

T-Mobile Arena

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“The knowledge and expertise of the ICON team is an incredible asset throughout the long and complicated process of building a new arena. The closer you get to the finish line, the more thankful you are that you have a team of trusted advisors to help you get there.”
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Dan Quinn, General Manager
T-Mobile Arena
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Las Vegas, Nevada

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ICON Selected as Project Manager for Proposed Downtown Arena

The City of Edmonton and the Katz Group have selected ICON Venue Group (ICON) as project manager for Edmonton's proposed downtown arena. In the last 10 years, ICON has been project manager for nine new arenas, including Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Phoenix, and Denver.

Last Updated: January 19, 2012, 1:17 pm

ICON-Taylor Presents Arena Feasibility Report for New Entertainment and Sports Complex

ICON-Taylor, a group of development consultants recruited by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, was tasked with determining the feasibility of a new sports and entertainment venue for Sacramento and the Sacramento Kings in February 2011. The group, comprised of ICON Venue Group, David Taylor Interests, Populous and Turner Construction, presented its report to city leaders Thursday at a special City Council session on May 26, 2011.

Last Updated: November 22, 2011, 1:01 pm
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