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Grandstand finish in sight at Curragh racecourse

Steelwork for the new main grandstand at the Curragh racecourse in Ireland, which forms the centrepiece to the large redevelopment scheme, is nearing …

Steel crosses the try line

One of the UK’s most iconic sporting venues, and the only one with a back-to-back grandstand, is being redeveloped with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

A ‘Grand Stand’ at Lords

It was in 1814 that Mr T. Lord leased the now famous ground to the Marylebone Cricket Club and the story of Cricket made way for Wisden. This was not the first …

Stands up for Headingley rugby ground

A new 7,721-capacity south stand at Headingley rugby league ground, home of Leeds Rhinos, is nearing completion. The steel-framed structure will have 2,233 …

Stand up for Maidstone

A new standing terrace at National League side Maidstone United’s Gallagher Stadium is quickly taking shape and is due to be open by the end of March. The …

Award: South Stand Expansion Etihad Stadium

With the stadium operational during the works, the challenging expansion of Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium South Stand has added 6,000 new seats. An …

News in Brief: March 2016

This year’s MACH 2016, the UK’s premier manufacturing technologies event, to be held at Birmingham NEC April 11-15, will host the latest innovations in …

Football Stand for 1966 World Cup Series

The directors of Manchester United Football Club had for some time been thinking in terms of developing the north side of the ground but it was not until late …

Windsor Park redevelopment continues apace

Windsor Park, Northern Ireland’s national football stadium and home of Linfield FC is being redeveloped into an 18,000 all-seater capacity venue due to open …

Anfield expansion work begins

The first steel elements for the £260M redevelopment of Liverpool FC’s famous Anfield stadium have been lifted into place. More than 4,800t of steelwork …

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