Construction on the new Mosaic Stadium is substantially complete on the $278-million facility that will be the new home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. More than 38,000 cubic meters of concrete has been poured and about 33,000 seats installed at the new stadium just over two years from the ground-breaking in June 2014. PCL Construction has wrapped up its work, although some of the fine details remain. The facility, in addition to being the home of the football club, will also play host to concerts, community groups, amateur sports and even wedding receptions. New Mosaic Stadium is scheduled to be ready for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2016.

The artificial turf has been installed at Mosaic Stadium in Regina but work continues on the ground level plaza, food and beverage areas, as well as furniture, fixtures and other equipment. The management team has done a fantastic job making sure this is on time and on budget.

Last week, the City of Regina allowed the public to tour the new Mosaic stadium free of charge with access to both the east and northeast concourse of the stadium and take photos.

The Roughriders start playing in the new stadium next year for the start of the 2017-2018 CFL season, but the facility will get its first test on October 1st when the University of Regina Rams play the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in a Canadian Sport Canada West football game.

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