Milan arena work all poised to get rolling



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CTS Eventim to go ahead with new Milan arena Image: David Chipperfield

CTS Eventim, one of the leading international providers of ticketing services and live entertainment, has commissioned Trevi with the first phase construction of the Palaitalia Santa Giulia in Milan, Italy.

‘MarketScreener’ stated that the above marks the beginning of the construction of the largest and most modern multifunctional hall in Italy and the accompanying development of the new Santa Giulia district. Renowned British architect David Chipperfield joined forces with international consultants Arup on the design.

CTS Eventim is a German company in the leisure-events market, with ticketing and live entertainment, headquartered in Bremen, Germany. It is one of the 50 companies comprising MDAX index and one of the 40th to 90th largest companies in Germany by market capitalization.

Cesena, Emilia-Romagna (Italy)-based the Trevi Group is a world leader in the field of underground engineering in the design and marketing of specialized technologies in the sector. Set up in Cesena in 1957, today the Trevi Group has over 65 offices and is present in more than 90 countries.

The PalaItalia Santa Giulia is a projected Milan venue for the 2026 Winter Olympics. It will accommodate 15,000 spectators. After 2026, it will be used as a multipurpose venue.

The 2026 Winter Olympics, officially the XXV Olympic Winter Games and also known as Milano Cortina 2026, is an upcoming international multisport event scheduled to take place from February 6th-22nd, 2026. The event will have the Italian Cities of Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo as the main Host Cities.

Arup is a British multinational professional services firm headquartered in London (UK) that provides design, engineering, architecture, planning, and advisory services across every aspect of the built environment.

‘MarketScreener’ further stated that the civil engineering company Trevi is already setting up the construction site and will start driving in the first piles that will form the new arena’s deep foundations. In parallel, the general contractor to build the arena will be chosen in the near future.

The planned construction of the new arena, which will hold up to 16,000 people, is expected to take around two and a half years. The project design includes a piazza with more than 10,000 square meters of space for Summer festivals and open-air events. The ensemble will be a prime location for national and international live events and will be part of CTS Eventim’s portfolio of world-class venues.

Commented Klaus-Peter Schulenberg, head honcho of CTS Eventim, “We are now looking forward to the next phase of construction. Trevi has decades of experience with this type of specialized foundation work, which will ensure a successful start to the arena’s construction. Together, we aim to create a high-quality events venue in Italy that will transform Milan into an attractive hub for the sports and entertainment industries with a global reach.”

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