Iron Workers Employed By American Bridge Stand Across Caesars Entertainment's High Roller


Image has been converted to black and white.) Iron workers employed... News PhotoArts Culture and Entertainment,Celebrities,Full Length,Horizontal,Las Vegas,Nevada,Occupation,Portrait,Shape,Spindle,Surveillance,Tall - High,USAPhotographer Collection: WireImage 2013 Denise TruscelloLAS VEGAS, NV - AUGUST 30: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) (EDITORS NOTE: Image has been converted to black and white.) Iron workers employed by American Bridge (Top Row L-R) Ugo Del Costello, Robert Conway, James McCullough, Stuart Shew, Shawn McClelland, Cory Zobrist, Thomas Pype, Slade Boyd, Robert Fitz, Robert Horton, Ryan Sloan, Seth Wilson, Curns Moore, Michael Scales, Trevor Burgess, Joseph Landis, Chaz Woods, J.J. Trujillo, Joshua Horn, Bruce Barkovich and George McManus (Bottom Row L- R ) Jason Faltinowski, Jason Broderdorf, Austin White, Rob McDonald, Lance Pierce, Dan Radu, Lou Wehar, Mike Cegelis, Jeremiah Beiter, John Callaghan, Dan Schwarz, Tim Popham, Simon Laming and James Dipasquale stand across the hub and spindle of Caesars Entertainment's High Roller, a 550-foot tall observation wheel taking shape on the Las Vegas Strip and redefining the iconic Las Vegas skyline. The largest observation wheel in the world, the High Roller will be the focal point of The LINQ, a $500 million open-air retail, dining and entertainment district on August 30, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Denise Truscello/WireImage)