Centerplan Construction Co. has filed a lawsuit against the owners of the Hartford Yard Goats minor league baseball team, claiming that design changes were to blame for missed deadlines on the project.

The suit filed in Superior Court alleges that team owner Josh Solomon insisted on changes that added $10 million to the cost of the 6,000-seat stadium, delaying the season opener at Dunkin’ Donuts Park and forcing the team on the road for the entire 2016 season. The city of Hartford removed Centerplan from the project in June after the company missed a deadline, The Hartford Courant reported.

It also alleges that Solomon agreed to make a $2-million contribution to cover the $10-million overrun but failed to deliver the money.

Solomon and representatives from John Moriarty & Associates Inc. met with the city July 19 and were told that they could contact subcontractors who had worked on the project about returning to work with Moriarty overseeing the project instead of Centerplan, the Courant reported.

City officials said this week that Solomon has notified them he intends to seek a new home for the team if the ballpark is not completed in time for the 2017 season.