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Lucas Oil Stadium Progresses in Indianapolis

Indianapolis— The $675-million Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis continues to take shape despite being impacted by recent extreme cold weather and snow. As of Jan. 31, $195.8 million (including off-site structural steel fabrication) worth of construction had been completed. Crews had set 105,700 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete out of a total of 130,000 cubic yards on the pr...

April 09, 2007

Indianapolis— The $675-million Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis continues to take shape despite being impacted by recent extreme cold weather and snow. As of Jan. 31, $195.8 million (including off-site structural steel fabrication) worth of construction had been completed.

Crews had set 105,700 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete out of a total of 130,000 cubic yards on the project; poured 901,600 square feet of decks out of 1 million square feet; poured 187,000 square feet of slab-on-grade out of 600,000 square feet; set 1,710 pieces of structural precast out of 3,700 pieces; set 332 pieces of architectural precast out of 1,440 pieces; and installed 170,000 concrete blocks out of 1.1 million pieces.

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