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5 Consortiums in race to Revamp Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium

Infra News - Published on Wed, 15 Jul 2020

Image Source: Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium
Reuters reported that four of Spain’s largest construction firms are competing for a contract to upgrade soccer club Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium, having submitted preliminary offers last week. Infrastructure heavyweights Ferrovial, Sacyr, FCC and Acciona have each paired up with local companies to bid for the project called Espai Barca, or Barca Space. Heathrow owner Ferrovial has joined forces with Catalan builders Rubau and Copisa, while Sacyr has teamed up with Beksiks and Acsa, currently known as Sorigue. FCC is working with Comsa, while renewables specialist Acciona has allied with Copcisa. Works will include increasing the stadium’s capacity to just over 105,000 spectators, compared with just over 99,000 currently, as well as installing a roof and revamping the surrounding neighbourhood. The winning bidder will have four years to complete the renovation

One source in the construction sector said the project was worth approximately EUR 300 million

The 26-times Spanish league champions have been looking to renovate Camp Nou for around two decades, with president Josep-Maria Bartomeu forging ahead now despite the club’s weak finances and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Wed, 15 Jul 2020
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