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Eric Wright Group completes Allianz Park in London
UK-based construction company Eric Wright Group has completed the multi-purpose £24 million ($35.81 million) sporting venue Allianz Park, which is the home for Saracens ruby club in Barnet, north London.
Transforming the Copthall Stadium, the new Allianz Park includes a contemporary artificial playing pitch. The Saracens will be the first professional rugby union club in the world to play on an entirely artificial turf. The first fixture at the new 10,000-seat stadium took place against Exeter Chiefs on 16 February 2013.
Designed to acknowledge the traditions of the sport, the complex comprises wider seating, an indoor training area which can be converted into a match-day bar with screens showing other games, and a new PA system. In addition to that, the new sports complex also features children’s crèche, shops and food outlets.
It also features a shot putt throw area, cross-country routes, triple and long-jump areas, indoor cricket nets, and studios for martial arts and dance classes.
The multi-sport venue, which is supported by Sport England, the Rugby Football Union and UK Athletics, will be used for community sport for 340 days of the year for club and elite athletics and Premiership rugby.
Designed as a first-class sporting venue for one of Europe's premier rugby clubs, the sustainable, first-class sporting venue took 37 weeks to complete.
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