- Apr 24, 2006
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Looks like they noticed it and closed it prior to full failure.Was that in service prior to the accident?
"A situation like this is not unheard of –, especially for longtime Colorado residents.Looks like they noticed it and closed it prior to full failure.
But this would be a kind of amazing social media comment.Lots of news media and social media comments of the "this is what you get with low bid" variety, I don't chime in but this was a Design Build Contract (best Value Not Low Bid), which was later rolled into a DBFOM (Design Build Finance Operate Maintain) contract.
So the taxpayers shouldn't be paying for any of the repairs (Assuming there isn't an RFI out there where the owner relieved the concessionaire from Global Stability, or made some other decision witch transferred risk - but hopefully not)