The last time I checked, the Autopia is built on top of a HUGE concrete building that houses the Submarine attraction. No other part of the Autopia is supported by the Sub lagoon. And why would you think that the Matterhorn would be at all compromised by any amount of work being done in the Submarine lagoon? :confused:Originally Posted by melmel
I have quite a bit of construction experience, and I am pretty knowledgeble about Disneyland. Every major attraction that is in Disneyland was ENGINEERED and built (some might say overbuilt) to very high standards. As an example, the 10 concrete pilings that hold up Tarzans Treehouse (once the beloved Swiss Family Treehouse) are 2 feet in diameter and go down 42 feet into the soil. That tree ain't going anywhere and neither is the Matterhorn or the Autopia. Just because the Matterhorn, the Autopia, Harbor Blvd., and the Sub lagoon are in close proximity to one another, doesn't mean that if MAJOR work is being done on one, that the others are going to be compomised.