Mayor says changes to Enerplex design to be Paid for by Builder

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While conceding there are some design problems with the Enerplex, Mayor Eglinski says they are the responsibility of the engineering firm and must be resolved at its expense. Here’s part of what the Mayor said yesterday on Issues and Answers about concerns with the Speed Skating Oval…

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The mayor added that a new type of foam barrier is being looked at now, which "may not" require the builder to go to 4′ of thickness. He also says the City’ consultant, David Wilkenson, is working closely with the engineers and that he expects a solution will be found.

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