Internal Work Accelerates At Everton Stadium

Work is now under way on the internal fit-outs in both the east and west stands at Everton Stadium.

With 550 personnel on site as progress ramps up across the dockside development, the west stand has been undergoing a transformation at ground and first floor levels since late last year due to the installation of drainage pipes, partition walls and temporary lighting.

And ahead of the first delivery of six-foot high internal modules for the internal walls later this month, the fit-out has now also commenced on the ground level in the east stand.

These internal walls  - innovative modules known as Techwall – are manufactured off-site and have all the mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems attached.


After being delivered to site in pre-ordained time slots, they are then lifted into place, connected and commissioned in an approach that helps to helps save time, energy and carbon.

Within the stadium bowl, further terrace units, raker beams and vomitories have been installed in the west stand, while the flooring is now two-thirds installed on the fourth level.

Externally, the structural concrete floor slabs that will eventually support the tiered western terrace are progressing well, and works to the incoming mains sub-station and outside broadcast compound for broadcasters have begun on the western wharf.

The brick facades that will form the ‘skin’ of the stadium are continuing in the north east and north west corners.

And as the roof trusses continue to be installed piece by piece, further secondary steel for the roof cladding frames have been installed on both north and south stands.