August 29, 2014 1:52 pm

Construction camera launched for new Mosaic Stadium

Following the progress of construction of the new Mosaic Stadium construction has just gotten easier thanks to a new camera installed on the construction site.

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REGINA – Following the progress of construction of the new Mosaic Stadium construction has just gotten easier thanks to a new camera installed on the construction site.

The high-definition camera is a joint project between the City of Regina and the Saskatchewan Roughriders and is located 45 meters above the ground on a SaskTel cellular tower.

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“The Regina Revitalization Initiative is the largest redevelopment project in our city’s history, and the stadium project is just the start,” said Regina mayor Michael Fougere. “This camera is a great way for our citizens and all of Rider Nation to keep track of the progress from beginning to end.”

The camera will take a photo every 10 minutes and the camera software will allow people the ability to view time-lapse video, archived photos, and to pan and zoom specific areas of the construction site.

The stadium is expected to be substantially complete in August 2016 and the first Riders home game is expected to be played in June 2017.

View the stadium camera here.

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