A new stadium in the District of Columbia is on track to open by the end of 2020, and a key player in its construction is the city’s Department of Construction and Inspections.
In a video released Monday, the department revealed that it is working to complete the project by the fall of 2020.
In the video, a crane is shown moving the first section of the stadium, which is about a mile long, from its construction site to the site of a hotel that will host a Major League Soccer team.
The project is expected to cost about $300 million.
A public-private partnership between DCIS and the Metropolitan Washington Development Corp. (MWDC) is the main contractor.MWDC and the DCIS are part of the Metropolitan Development Authority (MDA), which is responsible for constructing new stadium complexes throughout the United States.
The new stadium is being built at the former home of the Washington Redskins, which closed in 2015.
In October, the city and the MDC reached an agreement to construct the stadium.
The MDC has not yet begun construction on the new stadium.
The video, which will be posted on the D.C. Council’s website, includes a timeline of the project.
The video also includes a short, animated GIF that shows the construction of the first phase of the new soccer stadium, as well as the crane moving sections of the existing stadium.