English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur FC has offered an update on construction progress on the team’s new stadium in London.
The removal of the North East corner is complete and with the site now clear, work has begun to prepare that area ahead of the commencement of the basement dig later this year.
In preparation for the new season, the new fan access walkways and temporary staircases have been completed.
The new stadium is also starting to rise out of the ground, with works to the first floor slab underway across the new north stand. Second floor construction in some areas has also commenced.
As the new stadium starts to come out of the ground, more visible signs of progress will occur during the coming months, with the arrival of a new large crawler crane weighing around 400 tons.
The crawler crane will be brought on-site ready to manage the movement of the large pre-cast rakers, which are the large beams that will support the terrace units and weigh up to 30 tons each.
August 18, 2016
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