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Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
How can you build a stadium without researching the impact of the sun at different times of the year and day. The fans in these areas don't need sunblock, they need a lawyer.

They rushed this POS stadium. Remember the locker room/sideline debacle?
what did they rush...solar alignment ?

The Stadium face North and south same as the Stick, same as Oakland


LOL. Bingo again.

This is the freakin' Bay Area people.

Um...home locker room was built on the sunny/visitor side. And that's the side the home sideline was originally set for. But Harbawz was sensitive to the sun just like 90% of us and said eff that -- we're moving the home sideline to the shade and we'll just cross the field at half time to get to our "home" locker room. We can slap hands with the visiting team as they walking over to the visitor's locker room.


um...what's your point?

That's not exactly earthshattering news.

NFL team will choose ANY advantage they can. OF COURSE you want your back to the sun and your team in the shade.

That doesn't mean its unbearably hot. It means your coach has a clue and will take any advantage he can get.

They made a mistake in the design -- they should have originally placed the home field locker room on the shady side.

Going back to my original post of which you questioned...They rushed this POS stadium. Remember the locker room/sideline debacle?

Right...only took 2 decades to get the thing done.

"rushed".

Get that BS outta here.

It was hot in the building in the hottest summer in years. Shocker.

Its warmer than at Candlestick that is known as one of the coldest areas of the Bay Area for most of the year. Shocker.

Home Locker room was build where it is because that side is closer to the 49ers HQ. The idea was to put them on that same sideline. Not a big deal to move it as we see because that's exactly what they did.

Ya may not have noticed, but we are in the middle of a big drought so not really a big surprise that its really hot in August and September.

This was a very expensive stadium. A TON of time was put into the design. A TON of time was put into the planning.

However, no amount of time or planning can account for the hottest summer in a decade or the fact that it's naturally warmer in SC than Hunters Point.

Dude -- why so like that? So serious -- details are always missed -- especially when you 'rush'. They built the home locker room on the wrong side of the field -- it took Harbaugh to figure that out for them.

Man -- were you the construction PM or something ? :P
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Dude -- why so like that? So serious -- details are always missed -- especially when you 'rush'. They built the home locker room on the wrong side of the field -- it took Harbaugh to figure that out for them.

Man -- were you the construction PM or something ? :P

Show him the helmet, Marv. lol
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The home locker room was built on that side because it is the side closest to the teams practice field. The
FO planned for the team to use the same locker room for practice and on game day. As a result they put the home locker room on that side. Of course that side is the sunny side of the field. The FO did not care. They planned to have the teams enter the field through the VIP area. Harbaugh stopped that by refusing to have the team sit on the sunny side of the field (any advantage helps).

Will be interesting to see with Harbaugh gone, if the team moves to the sunny side of the field and enters through the VIP area.
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
How can you build a stadium without researching the impact of the sun at different times of the year and day. The fans in these areas don't need sunblock, they need a lawyer.

They rushed this POS stadium. Remember the locker room/sideline debacle?
what did they rush...solar alignment ?

The Stadium face North and south same as the Stick, same as Oakland


LOL. Bingo again.

This is the freakin' Bay Area people.

Um...home locker room was built on the sunny/visitor side. And that's the side the home sideline was originally set for. But Harbawz was sensitive to the sun just like 90% of us and said eff that -- we're moving the home sideline to the shade and we'll just cross the field at half time to get to our "home" locker room. We can slap hands with the visiting team as they walking over to the visitor's locker room.


um...what's your point?

That's not exactly earthshattering news.

NFL team will choose ANY advantage they can. OF COURSE you want your back to the sun and your team in the shade.

That doesn't mean its unbearably hot. It means your coach has a clue and will take any advantage he can get.

They made a mistake in the design -- they should have originally placed the home field locker room on the shady side.

Going back to my original post of which you questioned...They rushed this POS stadium. Remember the locker room/sideline debacle?

Right...only took 2 decades to get the thing done.

"rushed".

Get that BS outta here.

It was hot in the building in the hottest summer in years. Shocker.

Its warmer than at Candlestick that is known as one of the coldest areas of the Bay Area for most of the year. Shocker.

Home Locker room was build where it is because that side is closer to the 49ers HQ. The idea was to put them on that same sideline. Not a big deal to move it as we see because that's exactly what they did.

Ya may not have noticed, but we are in the middle of a big drought so not really a big surprise that its really hot in August and September.

This was a very expensive stadium. A TON of time was put into the design. A TON of time was put into the planning.

However, no amount of time or planning can account for the hottest summer in a decade or the fact that it's naturally warmer in SC than Hunters Point.

Dude -- why so like that? So serious -- details are always missed -- especially when you 'rush'. They built the home locker room on the wrong side of the field -- it took Harbaugh to figure that out for them.

Man -- were you the construction PM or something ? :P

Still trying to pass off the locker as the stadium being rushed
Originally posted by AutographDynasty:
Jed doesn't give a single f*ck if they stay in their seats, as long as they still buy tickets.

Sun on the visitor side is not unbearable or anything, but to say it isn't bothersome (at the least) is best left to delusional internet tough guys.

Or guys who have worked in 100 degree weather for 8 hours a day for weeks straight...

You know there were old guys working on those same seats in the same heat in full gear all day long for like 15 bucks an hour.

Boo hoo, i have to sit in a nice seat and watch a game while drinking cold beer delivered to me on hot day!

Woh is me.
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Apr 3, 2015 at 10:53 PM ]
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by AutographDynasty:
Jed doesn't give a single f*ck if they stay in their seats, as long as they still buy tickets.

Sun on the visitor side is not unbearable or anything, but to say it isn't bothersome (at the least) is best left to delusional internet tough guys.

Or guys who have worked in 100 degree weather for 8 hours a day for weeks straight...

You know there were guys working on those same seats in the same heat in full gear all day long...

Boo hoo, i have to sit in a nice seat and watch a game while drinking cold beer delivered to me on hot day!

Woh is me.

100 at weeks straight....that's az weather
The crybabying over The heat is nuts. It is FOOTBALL it's meant to be played outside. Greenbay fans don't b***h at 10 degrees do they? Yet we b***h about 90 I am glad we didn't build an indoor ufo stadium. Its Santa Clara, it's one of the most desirable climates in the world. To those that haven't been to The stadium you have no right to b***h. And I am willing to bet that There's a few of you that haven't. Been to two games including the hottest one last year.
The new stadium freaking sucks and I'll tell you why. It's not that it's hot, I mean like someone said, kicking it in the sun watching a football game and drinking a cold beer ain't that bad. It's not that the stadium looks like a highschool stadium on steroids, I am an architect and know how design visions vs client reality ends up, the place has great sight lines, and when your in your seat watching the game who cares what it looks like. It's not the fact that for some reason a lot of emphasis was placed on things to do during the game other than sitting in your seat and watching the game.
It's because the f**king stadium is in Santa Clara.
Sorry, but that is the way I feel, for those of you who were not born in San Francisco and do not currently live in San Francisco it probably doesn't mean that much to you. But I'd rather get pissed on by some drunk fool in those filthy troughs, and battle a rat for my soggy hotdog at candlestick then wifi my Michael Minna sampler plate order in Santa Clara.
[ Edited by RMuTT1981 on Apr 4, 2015 at 11:50 AM ]
Originally posted by RMuTT1981:
The new stadium freaking sucks and I'll tell you why. It's not that it's hot, I mean like someone said, kicking it in the sun watching a football game and drinking a cold beer ain't that bad. It's not that the stadium looks like a highschool stadium on steroids, I am an architect and know how design visions vs client reality ends up, the place has great sight lines, and when your in your seat watching the game who cares what it looks like. It's not the fact that for some reason a lot of emphasis was placed on things to do during the game other than sitting in your seat and watching the game.
It's because the f**king stadium is in Santa Clara.
Sorry, but that is the way I feel, for those of you who were not born in San Francisco and do not currently live in San Francisco it probably doesn't mean that much to you. But I'd rather get pissed on by some drunk fool in those filthy troughs, and battle a rat for my soggy hotdog at candlestick then wifi my Michael Minna sampler plate order in Santa Clara.

Lol...joke

Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Lol...joke

See! Humor! Got you laughing out loud.
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Still trying to pass off the locker as the stadium being rushed

It shows a lack of attention to detail, which often happens when you rush things. While not being a complete indictment that the stadium was rushed its was definitely disconcerting that it took our coach to point that out and wasn't considered by the engineers.
Originally posted by KegBert:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Still trying to pass off the locker as the stadium being rushed

It shows a lack of attention to detail, which often happens when you rush things. While not being a complete indictment that the stadium was rushed its was definitely disconcerting that it took our coach to point that out and wasn't considered by the engineers.

Why wasn't this an issue at candlestick ?.....or are you just trying to make something out of nothing...you're so sly
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by KegBert:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Still trying to pass off the locker as the stadium being rushed

It shows a lack of attention to detail, which often happens when you rush things. While not being a complete indictment that the stadium was rushed its was definitely disconcerting that it took our coach to point that out and wasn't considered by the engineers.

Why wasn't this an issue at candlestick ?.....or are you just trying to make something out of nothing...you're so sly

Sly? what are you talking about lol? If you don't understand my point thats fine but I have no ulterior motives.

To me it makes complete sense to want the other team standing in the sun on the sideline, opposed to your own, I guess to others it's not so apparent.
Originally posted by KegBert:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by KegBert:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Still trying to pass off the locker as the stadium being rushed

It shows a lack of attention to detail, which often happens when you rush things. While not being a complete indictment that the stadium was rushed its was definitely disconcerting that it took our coach to point that out and wasn't considered by the engineers.

Why wasn't this an issue at candlestick ?.....or are you just trying to make something out of nothing...you're so sly

Sly? what are you talking about lol? If you don't understand my point thats fine but I have no ulterior motives.

To me it makes complete sense to want the other team standing in the sun on the sideline, opposed to your own, I guess to others it's not so apparent.

Still doesn't work with your rushed theory
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