Wednesday, July 09, 2008
Design Problems With Lucas Oil Stadium?
Last night's storm left part of the new Lucas Oil Stadium under up to three feet of water after the building's drainage system suffered a failure. Construction managers say the retractable roof and the building itself didn't fail, but something clearly was amiss. Areas affected by the flooding included an electrical room, a data center, meeting rooms and loading area. WRTV's Norm Cox said construction managers offered no assurances on whether the discovery of this problem would in any way impact the completion of stadium construction in time for this year's season opener for the Colts.