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Brazos Urethane Inc. replaces the roof on the Louisiana Superdome after Hurricane Katrina

by Krista Berns
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Photo courtesy of Louisiana's Office of Facility Planning and Control

Eighty percent of the Superdome roof was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.

The Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans has been an important part of sports history. Besides hosting the New Orleans Bowl, it has hosted nine Super Bowls—currently more than any other sports facility.

However, during August 2005, the Superdome became a part of a different type of history when Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans, severely damaging the stadium, which also became a temporary shelter for tens of thousands of...



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