Works Minister and Goys President inspect Bahrain National Stadium
- Bahrain: Tuesday, December 04 - 2012 at 17:43
- PRESS RELEASE
HE the Minister of Works Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf and the General Organization for Youth and Sports' President Hisham Mohammed Al-Jowder visited Bahrain National Stadium Revamp Project, which is to host the 21st Gulf Cup Soccer Championship (Khaleeji 21) in January 2013.
"All works involved in the project are progressing very well. GOYS is keen, as always, to fully collaborate with all parties and companies implementing the project, in order to have the project complete by December, 15, 2012," said Al Jowder.
Maintenance and revamp works comprise replacing the stadium roof, replacing and installing new spectator and VIP seats, improving the stadium lighting to suit the HD TV system, painting lighting towers, constructing a new field, new toilets, and new canteens.
The Ministry of Works is also paving the VIP and spectator parking lot, in addition to constructing new roads and parking spaces, which will increase parking spaces to 1300 new parking spaces and will prepare the surrounding roads to accommodate traffic during the championship.
Works also include improving current entrance and exit points and opening a new exit point on Muharraq Avenue. All such works and improvements are expected to hugely add to the stadium's capacity to host similar important sports events in the future.
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