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EXPLAIN CONSTRUCTION OF PAUL BROWN STADIUM -- HOME OF THE BENGALS -- AND THE MASTER PROJECT. FOCUS ON THE SAFETY PROGRAMS. Paul Brown is a football stadium in Cincinnati (Bengals). It was constructed in 2.5 years for $453M. OSHA MASTER Project: Labor/management form a team to perform continuous monitoring and oversite of safety performance. Instituted 6 foot fall rule, etc. Stadium Facts:
Dimensions:The stadium covers approximately 22 acres and is 157 feet high.
Seating Capacity:The stadium has 65,535 seats on three levels, including 7,600 club sears and 114 private suites.
Playing Surface:Natural turf, heated to extend growing season and prevent frozen field.
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