Here’s a highlight list of post-construction fixes the city has stepped in to do so far: installing draft beer lines; replacing 12 rain-damaged television screens (indoor monitors were initially installed outdoors);
swapping out faulty baby-changing tables, replacing railings in various areas; improving ventilation in the popcorn-making room;
installing eight water-bottle-filling stations (the missing fountains were an oversight of the city, not the builder);
paying for emergency generators to power the stadium during a Ticats home game when a transformer failed;
paying a forensic engineer to investigate after a massive tower speaker plunged into the empty football stands last summer. A subsequent safety audit of other hanging features was also completed.
New plans to fix leaky expansion joints as well as faulty floor drains. Fans had long reported problems with drains, while the original stadium builder tried to redo failing waterproof seals in the stands as early as 2015;
Upcoming plans to improve audio and video system at stadium.