$60M Allen football stadium closed this season due to safety issues

 In Premises Liability

Allen Independent School District officials in Texas announced on May 19 that miscalculations in design caused the cracking of the concrete at the district’s new $60-million football stadium. This resulted in officials deciding to close the building this season until repairs can be made, The Dallas Morning News reported.

According to the initial analysis by Nelson Forensics, a company commissioned by the district to conduct a report on the status of the stadium, there were several deficiencies found. The company further stated that the structure would be incapable of supporting the maximum capacity weight the stadium boasted. Superintendent Lance Hindt, who declared the stadium unsafe, said Nelson Forensics’ report is 70% complete and its conclusions will be released by June.

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