News Remy's Ratatouille Adventure coming to Epcot

Mat Cauthon

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It was around nine weeks away from opening when work stopped. So it depends when work restarts, how fast it goes, and how and when training happens and with whom.
I don't know how project work is done at WDW so apologies if this is a dumb question. I wondered if with all projects delayed due to COVID they would prioritize certain projects based on how close to being done or a desired open date and assign/divert resources from other projects to shorten that 9 weeks lead time.
 
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lazyboy97o

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I don't know how project work is done at WDW so apologies is this is a dumb question. I wondered if with all projects delayed due to COVID they would prioritize certain projects based on how close to being done or a desired open date and assign/divert resources from other projects to shorten that 9 weeks lead time.
Disney is not the general contractor so they cannot move people between other companies and the trades working on other projects are not the ones doing finishing work or ride commissioning.
 

rle4lunch

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Psst. Don't ask Martin about Epcot festivals. It ruins his day.

You can't blame Disney for offering premium prices for booze and food vendors that the customer willfully (and blissfully in some cases) drops money on. Epcot is basically a gucci Disney Springs at this point. With a couple of mediocre rides thrown in to spread the crowd out while they get schnockered. I have a real love/hate with Epcot's offerings. We basically use it for one of our two $$$ TS days, and hit FEA, MS and TT for our kids...
 
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