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FACTS AND FIGURES ON THE ICONIC OTAGO STADIUM
First in the world with both a fixed roof and natural grass. 27,200m2 area of fixed roof and 20,558m2 area of ETFE roof (largest in Southern Hemisphere).
The stadium will be New Zealand’s largest indoor arena. The internal height of the roof has been carefully designed to allow room for Rugby balls to be kicked. Maximum external roof height of 47m (equivalent to a 12-storey building). Roof clearance above centre line of pitch 27m, highest ever observed rugby ball kick 29.4m.
Viewing capacity of 30,500; The seating starts close to the pitch ensuring one of the best viewing experiences compared with any other stadia. The vista will be unforgettable!
Construction: Planning and feasibility studies began in November 2005 and construction began in June 2009. 500+ people were on the construction site at peak times. The project is on track and on budget for Arrow International to hand over on 1 August 2011.
Full development cost of $198M - the most cost effective stadium per seat in NZ
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PROJECT OF INTEREST
$11M EARTHQUAKE STRENGTHENING IN 10 WEEKS!
$11.5M of work to be completed in 10 weeks is on track to finish on time at Knox College in Dunedin. The work includes earthquake strengthening and a fire protection upgrade to Knox College. 32 new rooms added to sister college Salmond and the complete refurbishment of both colleges including rewiring and new data and security systems. All work will be carried out during the University holidays.
Photo: Knox and Salmond Project Team following a site wide toolbox talk.