Steel package tender for the new Everton’s Bramley-Moore stadium

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Severfield has been awarded the steel package tender for the new Everton’s Bramley-Moore stadium. The enabling works were earlier started in July by the main contractor Laing O’Rourker for the £500m stadium. Severfield revealed their win in an upbeat trading statement to the City. The officials said: “The UK and Europe order book at 1 September consist of a vital amount of new work which we have acquired over the last months and now standing at a new record level of £376m (1 June 2021: £301m), of which £291m is to be delivered over the next 12 months. This gives the Group a good position with a strong future workload for the remaining part of the 2022 financial year and beyond.

The growth in the order book has been driven by several significant project wins including the new Everton’s Bramley-Moore stadium, two large and other smaller distribution facilities in the UK, indicating the sector is stilk remaining buoyant, new HS2 bridge tenders and other bridge awards indicating investment in infrastructure by Highways England and Network Rail. The company is encouraged by the current level of tendering and pipeline activities. Severfield remain well-positioned to take advantage of further significant opportunities, including in the industrial and distribution, transport infrastructure, commercial office (including in London), nuclear and data centre sectors, offering extra resilience and the ability to deliver future profitable growth.

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The Everton stadium.

The new Everton’s Bramley-Moore stadium has been designed by MEIS architects and engineers BuroHappold. Previously, the club revealed changes in design for the 52,888 capacity stadium to respond on feedback of the original planning request submitted in December 2019.

Among other transformations, the stadium’s height has been lowered so that it is defined as a “mid-rise” building, in a plan to address heritage concerns.The new Everton’s Bramley-Moore stadium’s development director Colin Chong also previously stated the new stadium has been designed to withstand floods for the next 100 years.