Slow construction at SFGA

Wednesday, December 11, 2002 7:53 AM
According to the Great Adventure Source, construction has been moving slowly because of poor weather conditions. I wonder if this will have a big impact on its projected opening in the Spring?


Wednesday, December 11, 2002 8:03 AM

And people wonder why parks like CP start so early. (Of course, they REALLY get hammered there!)

But, Nitro was one of the few East Coast SF coasters to open on time in the last few years.

- Peabody

Wednesday, December 11, 2002 8:39 AM
It will open on time, why rush? It only take less than 4 months to build it. All of their coasters opened on time, it should be finished by April. CP started early because look how tall the thing is and they get worse weather than Jersey. It has nothing to do with Cedar Fair or Six Flags park. It has to do with the size, location, and weather, expect S:UF to open on opening day, next year.
Wednesday, December 11, 2002 11:54 AM
Sixflags Great Adventure is supose to be opening the last weekend in March.I think the reason why Nitro was built so fast was becuase last years winter was very mild compared to this years. Last year this whole lower eastern area only seen no less then a foot of snow the whole winter, this year we have already been hit with over a foot in one day in some areas,nothing under 6 inches, right now as I speak it is raining ice outside. Im sure they will have it open in time, but for the people who are involved in its construction, well good luck for them, becuase it is freezing outside.

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