The new stadium in Bramley-Moore Dock, Liverpool has seen work completing on the building of four concrete cores to their full height, ready to support secondary steelwork and then the roof trusses.
Workers from Laing O’Rourke lifted and bolted into place the lower tier of the north stand earlier this week this is the first of 1,217 terracing units which will make the internal bowl lining.
Banagher Precast Concrete in Ireland are the manufacturers of the bespoke double-stepped terracing units, which are transported from Ireland by boat to Liverpool Docks.
Work is progressing well across all four stands at the new stadium with the structure beginning to look more like the long awaited football stadium. Completion on the stadium is planned for 2024/25.