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Everton Stadium Structure Takes Shape

Progress ahead of BMD move.

Steelwork continues to mould the shape of Everton’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, with the structure now beginning to take shape on the south stand.

The first steel columns were bolted into the foundations in the centre of the south stand this week.

The first of the angled beams, which will eventually support the glazed window out onto the city itself, is now clearly visible.

Meanwhile, the latticework of steel continues to expand from the two northern corners. 

The first raker beams, which will sit beneath the precast concrete terracing units, are now bolted in place in the north west elevation.

They can be seen in our latest spectacular bird’s-eye view of the development, which for the first time offers an overlay of the pitch itself to demonstrate the scale of the overall site.

Three of the four tower cranes have now been erected to facilitate and accelerate the assembly of precast concrete structures that make up the east and west stands.

The fourth and final tower crane will be installed next week, as the new stadium continues to evolve.

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Everton Stadium Structure Takes Shape

Steelwork continues to mould the shape of Everton’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, with the structure now beginning to take shape on the south stand.

The first steel columns were bolted into the foundations in the centre of the south stand this week.

The first of the angled beams, which will eventually support the glazed window out onto the city itself, is now clearly visible.

Meanwhile, the latticework of steel continues to expand from the two northern corners. 

The first raker beams, which will sit beneath the precast concrete terracing units, are now bolted in place in the north west elevation.

They can be seen in our latest spectacular bird’s-eye view of the development, which for the first time offers an overlay of the pitch itself to demonstrate the scale of the overall site.

Three of the four tower cranes have now been erected to facilitate and accelerate the assembly of precast concrete structures that make up the east and west stands.

The fourth and final tower crane will be installed next week, as the new stadium continues to evolve.