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Dubai Sports City (DSC) is planning to undertake the construction of stadiums as part of Dubai Sports City development project in Dubai, the UAE.
The project involves the construction of stadiums on 4.6 million m2 area. It includes the construction of a 25,000-seat cricket stadium, a 5,000-seat hockey stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor arena, an 18-hole Els Club golf course, five sports academies, training facilities, gymnasiums, a 50m swimming pool, a rehabilitation center, retail outlets, hotel and dining facilities.
Middle East Foundations Group has been appointed as piling contractor, Nicklaus Design as design contractor and Parsons Brinckerhoff Middle East as master planner.
In May 2005, Wade Adams Contracting Company was appointed as contractor to undertake the infrastructure works.
In April 2007, Taiyo Kogyo Corporation awarded a US$10 million contract to build the roof of cricket stadium.
On April 11, 2007, the joint venture (JV) of Arabtec Construction LLC and Max Bogl Bauservice GmbH & Co. KG appointed as construction contractor to build a 10,000-seat indoor arena and a 60,000-seat outdoor stadium.
In April 2008, construction works completed on Els Club. In April 2009, the JV of Belbadi Contracting and Alpine Construction completed construction works on a 25,000-seat cricket stadium also called as Dubai International Stadium.
The 60,000-seat outdoor stadium project was eventually halted indefinitely and won’t be delivered, because there’s a newer, better plan – this one. And this one is going to be built at Al Aweer, where the Dubai Club sports complex has to be torn down to make way for this new stadium.
Planning activities are underway on remaining stadiums.
The project involves the construction of stadiums on 4.6 million m2 area at Dubai Sports City in Dubailand, Dubai, the UAE.
The US$2,500 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 25,000-seat cricket stadium
2. Construction of training facilities
3. Construction of a 5,000-seat hockey stadium
4. Construction of a 10,000-seat indoor arena and 60,000 seat outdoor stadium
5. Construction of an 18-hole Els Club golf course
6. Construction of five sports academies
7. Construction of five sports academies
8. Construction of gymnasiums
9. Construction of a 50m swimming pool
10. Construction of a rehabilitation center
11. Construction of retail outlets, hotel and dining facilities