Aviation

January 6, 2012 5:00 AM

Coliseum ‘unique’ in meeting NIAR’s needs, director says

With its 48-foot-high roof and loft-like openness, Britt Brown Arena at the former Kansas Coliseum complex is a perfect place for the National Institute for Aviation Research to take on more full-scale structural testing for clients, its executive director said Friday.

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