Demolition of Metrodome yields 80,000 tons of concrete for recycling

Crews of Frattalone Companies, the contractor demolishing the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, have completed the job four weeks ahead of schedule, after logging nearly 16,000 man hours. More than 80% of the debris, including 80,000 tons concrete, will be reused for the Interstate 35-E MnPass project. A new stadium that will have 65,000 seats and cost nearly $1 billion will be built in place of the Metrodome, and is slated for completion in 2016.

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