Stadium Façade Shows Its Face

As work continues to complete the roofing sections and the internal fit-out ramps up, aesthetically the Everton Stadium site is evolving.

Scaffolding has finally been removed from the adjoining Hydraulic Tower and Engine House, exposing for the first time the historic listed buildings, which will form an integral part of the Fan Plaza.

There is a glimpse into the finished façade of the stadium following the installation of metal infill panels, that complete the overall look and provide a contrast with the brickwork across all four stands.

The first columns of these anodised aluminium panels was fitted in the north west corner this week.

The brickwork, meanwhile, now extends across the ground and first floor levels of the north stand exterior.

Internally, following the first lift being commissioned last week, the installation of the first escalator in the west stand has commenced.

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