Attractions are complicated construction pieces.
The number of issues like this that show up is sizable.
And the reason it showed up twice was because they didn't have the time to alter/double-check the original plans. 11 months from start to finish doesn't allow many design/engineering changes.
It was also mandated on high from Comcast.
After Execs rode the attraction in Hollywood, they ordered on in FL. And they wanted it in a year.
To get it done in time, they cloned it pretty much to the blueprint. So much so that they copied a few issues from the original attraction that they...
One-way synergy, yes.
But Fronteirland was much more intense synergy. Davy Crockett was one of the most popular TV shows of the time. A TV show made specifically to synergize with the Fronteirland portion of the park.
Maintenance techs aren't paid $15 an hour, I don't think.
Also, it may just be people not caring. People in management roles that don't want to spend capital to improve show when the show is "fine enough as-is." After all - the guest is arriving either way. So what if a bulb is burnt out...
Not on a similar scale, and mostly utility, right?
Also, isn't futureworld's guest area elevated? The Innoventions utilidors sit underneath the guest area.
The slope up from SSE to the center of future world hides it.