Work on Sparkassen-Erzgebirgsstadion in Aue on full swing

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Die ARGE Stadion Aue – a consortium of companies including ASSMANN BERATEN + PLANEN GmbH, Büro bpp, Inross Lackner and Phase 10 – has won the tender of general contractor competition for rebuilding the Sparkassen-Erzgebirgsstadion in the Saxon town of Aue.

The group has got the design finalised in January. As per plans, the current football stadium with athletics tracks will be demolished in several sections and rebuilt as an independent football stadium by the end of 2017. The demolition work started on December 2015.

Following the demolition of the West Stand, structural work has started. The second step will be the renovation of the North Stand with the connected main building. After the final construction of the guest block in the east, the completion of the external systems will follow.

The newly built stadium, with a budget of 20 million euros, will offer a capacity of 16,500.

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