Construction d'un stade temporaire en Nouvelle Zélande

AMI Stadium

Stadium Construction – City of Christchurch 

 

The city of Christchurch was the victim of a violent earthquake in February 2011. The Rugby World Cup took place in September of the same year, so a lot of infrastructure had to be rebuilt.

The city’s AMI stadium was completely destroyed. Our teams were responsible for rebuilding the new temporary stadium for a period of 3-5 years outside the city centre. 5,000 grandstand seats were built.

The project was delivered turnkey with the laying of new turf and installation of changing rooms.

  • 2011
  • Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Purchase
  • Rugby
  • 5,000 seats
  • Covered stands
  • Changing rooms, new turf
Construction of a temporary stadium for the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand
example of a temporary stadium for the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand

 

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A complete stadium construction project managed in its entirety: from the study phase to building. To build a new stadium in Christchurch, we reused the stands that had been previously set up at Eden Park stadium. A logistical challenge for our teams in charge of this project!

Construction of a temporary stadium for the Rugby World Cup

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