And now, let us check in with our favorite project manager, Zach Massey, as he details how far a long the National Corvette Museum has come in terms of the Skydome repair process.
It’s been a long road since the massive sinkhole that swallowed multiple Corvettes showed up to reek havoc, but things are beginning to look normal again. Massey says crews have finished the second slab pouring for the floor, which consisted of 250 yards of concrete. Also, a manhole structure is now permanently attached to the slab, which has been detailed in prior video updates on the Skydome repair process. The manhole allows for visitors to see into the cave below the surface, which spawned the sinkhole.
The lighting ring has also been lowered to provide greater lighting for the Skydome, and the massive red spire inside is currently being cleaned after many, many man hours of dirt, soot and debris being slung around. The spire will also be repainted in the coming week for a fresh look after disaster struck.
All that remains to be done is a final polish of the concrete slab, which Massey says will be a two week job.
Home stretch Corvette fans. Have a look at the latest update down below.