Following the time-lapse of the 1992 C4 one-millionth Corvette, the National Corvette Museum has also supplied a time-lapse video of the work that has gone into fixing, filling and facilitating the construction of the Skydome’s sinkhole.
The sinkhole occurred on February 12, 2014, and it’s been a long road for construction crews. The project was officially completed in July of 2015 after plenty of concrete, structuring and securing to ensure this type of disaster couldn’t happen again.
The NCM has detailed the construction process throughout, but here is a pretty neat way to see it from start to finish. Condensing over one year of work to just over three minutes is pretty incredible to watch.
The Skydome was officially unveiled yesterday, September 3, where it once again houses the one-millionth Corvette, and a host of other Corvette memorabilia for visitors to see.