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Polish contractor files for bankruptcy
Budus also files law suit against Polish authorities over construction of a stadium in the city of Lodz
Russian World Cup stadium bill put at over US$ 6 billion
Final list of fifteen venues in 11 cities due to be announced this year, and each host city must also provide training facilities.
Polish contractor in liquidation
Hydrobudowa brought to its knees by financial penalties over Warsaw National Stadium contract
World Cup stadium progress
Completion of construction work on the 12 Brazilian stadiums slated for use in the 2014 FIFA World Cup ranged from 87% to 30% complete as of the end of August.
Vinci preferred bidder for Dunkirk stadium
€112 million concession contract for new sports venue in northern France will span 28 years
Ethiopian national stadium design unveiled
A collaboration between Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (LAVA), Designsport and JDAW has won the international competition to design a national stadium and sports village held by the Federal Sport Commission of Ethiopia.
Peri supports UEFA Championship stadiums
German scaffolding company Peri has seven of its latest projects firmly in the limelight at present, having worked on the construction or expansion of seven of the eight football stadiums currently being used for the 14th UEFA European Football Championships in Poland and the Ukraine.
GEDA delivers German success at Euro 2012
German lift manufacturer GEDA has already ensured recognition for its country in the UEFA Euro 2012 football tournament this summer, even before the first ball is kicked. The company has been involved in the construction of two new Polish stadia in preparation for the competition.
50 Nationwide Platforms units working at The Hydro
Nationwide Platforms are working closely with contractor Lend Lease to assist with the construction of the £125 million Hydro arena in Scotland.
Industrial Access prepares for UEFA final
Romania's Industrial Access offered a custom-made solution to the National Arena Stadium in Bucharest to help prepare it for the UEFA Europe League 2012 final, which will take place on 9 May.
Warsaw National Stadium opens
Poland’s centrepiece for this year’s European Football Championships is complete
First job for 400 tonne Tadano Faun
Following its unveiling in May, the first unit of Tadano Faun's new 400 tonne all terrain crane has gone to work on its first job
Usabiaga Liebherr in spectacular roof lift
The first project for Spanish company Usabiaga's new 1,350 tonne capacity Liebherr LR 11350 lattice boom crawler crane was a spectacular roof lift on a sports arena
EPL Skylift watching the golf
EPL Skylift the truck mounted division of Lavendon Access Services, provided 10 machines including a 72m working height Bronto Skylift 72HLA to help provide television coverage of the 2011 golf Open Championship.
Onrent supplies booms for new Delhi Formula 1 circuit
Indian rental company Onrent is supplying six JLG and Genie booms for work on the new Formula 1 Grand Prix track in New Delhi. The F1 race – the first ever in India - takes place on 28-30 October at the new Buddh International Circuit.
Indoor arena for Copenhagen
Funding arranged for new €134.4 million indoor arena for 15,000 spectators.
Eurosafe keeps cladders safe at Indian Grand Prix Stadium
The UK division of Eurosafe Solutions which is headquartered in Germany has completed a major project to deliver and install a suspended cradle access system for the new Formula One Grand Prix stadium, being built in New Delhi, India. Eurosafe specialises in the in the design, supply, installation, testing and of fall protection systems,
Bovis wins Scottish arena contract
Bovis Lend Lease chosen to build key venue for 2014 Commonwealth Games.
AA Access keeps cameras on Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup commands the third largest television audience of any sporting event in the world, beaten only by the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic games. It has the potential to reach 620 million viewers and, although the main broadcasters are Sky Sports for the UK and NBC for America, various other broadcasters take the tournament to countries as far removed as Democratic Republic of Congo, Togo, China, New Zealand and Nepal.
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