Lane Stadium was in need of repair. Over the years, weather and water penetration lead to the deterioration of several stadium sections, most noticeably on the seats and steps. Richmond Primoid first had to remove the 50,000 seats just to get to the damaged area. Richmond Primoid began work on February 15th with one important stipulation in mind. Part of the stadium (30,000 seats) had to be ready by May 9th for the spring graduation ceremony. We were able to accomplish this goal because simply put, it was just a challenge we had to meet. The deteriorated concrete was cut away and hauled out of the stadium. On September 5th, Virginia Tech kicked off another football season at newly-restored Lane Stadium.
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Richmond Primoid has been visible in Virginia for more than seventy years. Our work is seen in the restored Shockoe Slip and tobacco warehouses, stadiums at U. Va., Virginia Tech and Old Dominion Univ., Virginia Beach hotels and condominiums, MCV, Valley Health Hospitals and much, much more.