Tuesday, February 15, 2000
March 1996: Half-cent sales tax increase approved by Hamilton County voters.
November 1996: Architect, construction manager and project manager selected.
May 1997: Initial lease agreement between county and Bengals.
December 1997: Guaranteed maximum price established.
January 1998: Initial transfer of land from city to county.
February 1998: Building demolition started.
April 1998: Project estimate approved. Second lease agreement with Bengals, which provides the approved design.
April 1998: Public groundbreaking.
May 1998: Deep foundations started.
June 1998: Final transfer of land from city to county.
Fall 1998: Stadium superstructure started.
December 1998: First elevated slab poured.
April 1999: Structure raised to club level.
September 1999: Structure raised to upper concourse.
October 1999: Practice fields installed.
November 1999: Upper seating bowl started.
December 1999: PriceWaterhouseCoopers hired to audit Paul Brown Stadium construction.
January 2000: Roof canopy started.
April-May 2000: Playing field to be installed.
August 2000: Stadium scheduled to open.
Stadium overruns may pass $45M
How change orders add to construction costs
The indelible legacy of a judicious life
Cincinnati Foundation has record year
Winburn to sue city over suit
Police see plenty to laugh at
Hughes out of school redesign
Man gets 8 years for fatal wreck
Man's death investigated
NAACP will award study grants of $100,000
Queen City's moments to shine reflected in book
Children's, deaf theater collaborate for new play
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AROUND THE COMMONWEALTH
Boone Co. plan safeguards ecology
City Heights residents fear it will be razed
Coach clashes get to court
CPS OKs expanding vo-ed program
Engineer returns after caving mishap
Federal aid granted to Butler homeless agencies
Forum to sharpen Anderson identity
Newport west end may see growth
Parents want school voice
Police seeking 2 men in robbery of Key Bank branch in Roselawn
Police survey gets students' assist
Priest shares news about L.A. church
Sheppard trial under way
Students give U.S. history a good rap
Two men charged in egg throwing
Whitewater landfill has public hearing