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ALPINE lands contract to build sports stadium in Ukraine


ALPINE lands contract to build sports stadium in Ukraine

ALPINE, FCC's Austrian subsidiary, has been selected as preferred bidder to build a new sports stadium in the city of Lemberg, Ukraine, which is to host the UEFA EURO 2012T soccer championship.

The complex, on a 25-hectare site near the Lemberg hippodrome, will seat 33,000 and fulfil UEFA standards. The project includes the construction of other facilities such as a multi-function sports stadium, a car park and a hotel.

The stadium was designed by architect Albert Wimmer, who also designed the new stadiums in the Austrian cities of Innsbruck and Klagenfurt, as well as the expansion of Salzburg's stadium.

The construction of this stadium strengthens FCC's international profile and puts it in the vanguard in the construction of large sports facilities worldwide.

Track record in stadium construction

ALPINE has extensive experience in building large stadiums. It built the Allianz Arena in Munich, which hosted the opening ceremony of the 2006 FIFA World Cup and is one of the world's most spectacular sports venues; ALPINE is also building the Dubai Cricket Stadium.

For the Euro 2008 Football Championship, ALPINE is building the  Wörthersee-Stadion and Stadion Tivoli, and is expanding Salzburg's Wals-Siezenheim stadium.

FCC has broad experience building football stadiums in Spain. It remodelled and expanded the Santiago Bernabéu and Vicente Calderón stadiums, in Madrid, and Nou Camp, in Barcelona; and it built the  Sardinero football stadium, in Santander, Ciudad Deportiva Joan Camper, for Barcelona, Real Madrid's new training ground, in Valdebebas, and the new pitch for Español, in Cornellá. In 2007, it won the contract to build Valencia Football Club's new stadium.