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Now that the ground work is beginning to happen, why not talk about the stadium some more!
My question: Were the most recent renderings the final renderings we will see, or will we see any more revisions or at least more detailed renderings with interactive elements, etc.
Seems if dirt is already starting to move, there can't be too many changes. Some of the elements and the exterior on the last rendering came off a little less impressive than earlier ones.
The presentation done at the LB Dinner still included the glass structure on the end and Bears Pit, but rumor of those being taken out have floated around.
Stadium shot today from Randy Woodruff
i wonder when those apartments are scheduled to come down
That's a great angle. The time lapse is going to be cool.
It would be nice to have this thread pinned to the top to follow the progress.
The Brazos looks pretty darn blue in that picture...nice!
The only blue in that picture was a Pepsi truck and our state flag.
lol- Debbie Downer is the best. A classic example:
I'll try to put up a photo on this thread.
A little tip that might help some folks out: if you right click the thumbnail and click "copy image location" and paste that into a new tab you can view the full resolution picture and zoom-in to see a little more of what's going on.
The stuff in the foreground is all for the bridges, right?
It's been my assumption as well that the foreground equipment is just for the bridge. Some of it may be for moving power lines.
You can also see the BRIC in the upper left-hand corner.
This post was edited by bugramps 20 months ago
Pro Ecclesia, Pro Mundus
Randy posted they are doing underground work for the power lines and sewage.
Yeah. Not sure if that's burying power lines or what that is. If they're really burying power lines that's GREAT!
Problem is they aren't just power lines, they're the big transmission lines. They produce so much heat that to put them underground it would require circulating oil or something around the conduit to keep them from overheating. Almost certainly cost-prohibitive.
This is going under the river.
Keep the photos coming, I love it!
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