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Southern Comfort For Roof Truss Lift

See the first vertical support trestle in place at the Blues' future home.

The first vertical support trestle is now in place in the south stand at Everton Stadium in preparation for the next roof truss.

The second of 15 mega-lifts of steel roofing sections, each weighing around 100 tonnes, is scheduled to take place in the coming days, mirroring the initial lift in the north stand.

As can be seen in our weekly update video, a secondary support trestle has also been constructed in the north stand, ready for the secondary section to be hoisted alongside.

Most of the concrete terracing units are now installed in the north stand, and only the south east corner of the south stand is yet to have the double-stepped concrete steps installed.

However, the angular corners of the stadium are now clearly defined as the build gathers pace.

Meanwhile, work is well underway on the third tier in the west stand, with concrete walls, ceiling panels and raker beams extending quickly from the south west corner.

The east stand follows a similar path, albeit slightly behind the main stand development.

WATCH VIDEO 03:43 Sun 20 Nov 2022
WATCH VIDEO

Southern Comfort For Roof Truss Lift

The first vertical support trestle is now in place in the south stand at Everton Stadium in preparation for the next roof truss.

The second of 15 mega-lifts of steel roofing sections, each weighing around 100 tonnes, is scheduled to take place in the coming days, mirroring the initial lift in the north stand.

As can be seen in our weekly update video, a secondary support trestle has also been constructed in the north stand, ready for the secondary section to be hoisted alongside.

Most of the concrete terracing units are now installed in the north stand, and only the south east corner of the south stand is yet to have the double-stepped concrete steps installed.

However, the angular corners of the stadium are now clearly defined as the build gathers pace.

Meanwhile, work is well underway on the third tier in the west stand, with concrete walls, ceiling panels and raker beams extending quickly from the south west corner.

The east stand follows a similar path, albeit slightly behind the main stand development.