Three new projects have been added to the project list ahead of TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit 2015 in London (20-21 October).
New Stadion Feyenoord
Plans are underway for Feyenoord’s new ground – set to cost €196 million. The club is planning a capacity of 70,000 seats for the new stadium, which will also become home to The Netherlands national football team. The stadium will be named: ‘De Nieuwe Kuip’ and Feyenoord will continue to play in its own stadium during the construction phase.
Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium Helsinki)
The stadium will undertake major renovation starting in 2016. The stadium will be closed during the construction and will reopen in 2019. During the renovation, all of the spectator stands will be covered with canopies and the field area and the tracks will be renewed. It will also offer extended restaurant areas and more indoor sport venues. Projected costs for the renovation is €209million and it will be funded by Finnish state and the city of Helsinki.
New Stade Brugge
Club Brugge has been exploring the possibilities of building a new stadium to replace the aged Jan Breydel Stadium, and plans are now finally coming to fruition. This stadium will be unique and a world first. Club and Cercle Brugge have unusual plans to build two separate stadiums next to each-other.
Join these projects, and many more, in London (20-21 October 2015) as we explore the future of sports venue design and construction.