Rick Cuppetilli, executive vice president of lead demolition contractor Adamo Group, said those sections will be mechanically demolished.
“We have to investigate whether the charges (in those sections) went off,” he said. “If the charges went off, it’s not going to take much at all (to knock the walls down).”
Otherwise, he said, everything went as planned.
“There’s no damage on the Mercedes-Benz Stadium side and no damage on the Georgia World Congress Center side,” he said.
The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium stands about 80 feet from the Georgia Dome.
Roads around the blast site, along with three MARTA lines that run under the area are expected to remain closed for hours Monday.