“All (the phases) are challenging in their own way,” DeBolt said in April, “but there’s definitely a lot of heavy lifting here in this one.”
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Neil Sullivan, Dayton's athletic director, said there will be double shifts of workers this summer. That started the week of May 6 after graduation ceremonies were held at the arena.
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"There might be only three or four hours in a 24-hour period where someone will not be at the arena at all," Sullivan said.