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Spurs new stadium in pictures: Construction ramps up

Fresh images of Tottenham Hotspur’s new 62,000-seater stadium have emerged as the completion deadline approaches for Mace’s £800m project.

The latest developments at the site include the mounting of floodlights on the new stadium’s south stand and the installation of a giant video screen.

LED displays in the south-west corner of the stadium have been completed, with work now starting on the video panels in the south-east section.

Upon completion, the two displays – which will be situated within the stadium’s proposed single-tier stand – will each measure 325 sq m, making them the largest screens in any stadium in western Europe.

The new stadium was one of CN’s 10 projects to watch in 2018.

The tight programme, led by main contractor Mace, has site teams already working around the clock, with the project currently undergoing its most crucial period as the technically challenging roof is lifted and installed.

The project is scheduled to open in time for Tottenham’s first home game of the new season.

However, chairman Daniel Levy told the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust in February it was likely the club would request to play its first few games away from home to allow extra time for the full completion of the 62,000-capacity stadium.

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