The metal structure of the roof of the Amazonia Arena has been finished: 89.9% of the stadium is ready

14/11/2013 - 10:58
Works continue to progress steadily in the team's service areas, as well as changing rooms and players' support areas

The metal structure of the roof of the Amazonia Arena, in Manaus, was finished this Tuesday (12.11). Part of the façade had already been finalised at the end of October. The pitch is growing and the next step is to put the goal posts in. Indeed, 89.90% of the construction works have been finished.

Currently, builders are concentrating on the membrane of the metal structure, the assembly of the seats in the grandstands, finishing work in the boxes, as well as painting the walls and coating the lining. In addition, sport equipment and accessories are being assembled, as well as the electrical installations, hydraulics, air conditioning and other systems.

Finishing work is also being done on the main service access ways, which face the Sambadrome. The floorboards are being put in, and the walls are being coated and painted. Works continue to progress steadily in the team's service areas, as well as changing rooms and players' support areas.

Source: UGP Copa Manaus

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