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Photos | Construction milestone reached at Intuit Dome

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, players, coaches and the media witnessed the final steel beam Tuesday at the Intuit Dome, the NBA team’s new home.

The arena, at the intersection of Century Boulevard and Prairie Avenue, is slated to open in the fall of 2024.

The Intuit Dome in Inglewood can be seen across the street near the intersection of Century Boulevard and Prairie Avenue.

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Clippers forward Paul George looks down to see construction workers putting up a steel beam.

Clippers forward Paul George watches as construction worker installs a steel beam.

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Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, left, shakes hands with a construction worker at the Intuit Dome.

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, left, shakes hands with a construction worker at the Intuit Dome.

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Clippers players and coaches can be seen visiting the Intuit Dome.

Clippers players and coaches visit the Intuit Dome.

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Clippers' Terance Mann signs a steel beam placed atop the Intuit Dome on Tuesday.

Clippers’ Terance Mann signs a steel beam placed atop the Intuit Dome on Tuesday.

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A close-up view of the signatures on a steel beam placed atop the Intuit Dome.

A close-up view of the signatures on a steel beam placed atop the Intuit Dome.

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Construction workers prepare to lift a steel beam over the roof of the Intuit Dome.

Construction workers prepare to lift a steel beam over the roof of the Intuit Dome.

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Russell Westbrook and Kawhi Leonard are all smiles as they watch from their seats during an event at the Intuit Dome.

Russell Westbrook (left) and Kawhi Leonard (center) smile as they watch from their seats during an event at the Intuit Dome.

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Panoramic floor view of the Intuit Dome.

A panoramic floor view of the Intuit Dome, which will open in the fall of 2024.

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