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Stadium Build

https://lbndaily.co.uk/everton-provide-live-webcam-stadium-project/

You guise can watch on a web cam.

posted on 27/7/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
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Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.

posted on 27/7/21

comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
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Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Yeah there were so many interesting elements, as we also had to dig down first to create he basement level and then the roof was constructed using a compression ring system which saw a massive wired structure built at ground floor and then lifted up into position by being put under tension.

Also watching the single tier stand get bigger and bigger

Spurs also used a lot of the crushed concrete from old WHL to form the concrete floors throughout the stadium so it has the old stadium within it.

It is a heart ache to leave the old one but if they do a good job of the new one you will never look back.....feck UNESCO

posted on 27/7/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 1 hour, 34 minutes ago
comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Yeah there were so many interesting elements, as we also had to dig down first to create he basement level and then the roof was constructed using a compression ring system which saw a massive wired structure built at ground floor and then lifted up into position by being put under tension.

Also watching the single tier stand get bigger and bigger

Spurs also used a lot of the crushed concrete from old WHL to form the concrete floors throughout the stadium so it has the old stadium within it.

It is a heart ache to leave the old one but if they do a good job of the new one you will never look back.....feck UNESCO
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posted on 27/7/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Yeah there were so many interesting elements, as we also had to dig down first to create he basement level and then the roof was constructed using a compression ring system which saw a massive wired structure built at ground floor and then lifted up into position by being put under tension.

Also watching the single tier stand get bigger and bigger

Spurs also used a lot of the crushed concrete from old WHL to form the concrete floors throughout the stadium so it has the old stadium within it.

It is a heart ache to leave the old one but if they do a good job of the new one you will never look back.....feck UNESCO
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Will be interesting to see if any bits of Goodison are used. But think some of the non stadium walls etc may use some reclaimed materials as a nod to the old lady. Interesting that crushed bits of WHL were used as bulk/balast

posted on 27/7/21

comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Yeah there were so many interesting elements, as we also had to dig down first to create he basement level and then the roof was constructed using a compression ring system which saw a massive wired structure built at ground floor and then lifted up into position by being put under tension.

Also watching the single tier stand get bigger and bigger

Spurs also used a lot of the crushed concrete from old WHL to form the concrete floors throughout the stadium so it has the old stadium within it.

It is a heart ache to leave the old one but if they do a good job of the new one you will never look back.....feck UNESCO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will be interesting to see if any bits of Goodison are used. But think some of the non stadium walls etc may use some reclaimed materials as a nod to the old lady. Interesting that crushed bits of WHL were used as bulk/balast
----------------------------------------------------------------------

The weird thing is that despite it being sooo much bigger, it still feels like WHL in many ways. I think making the stands a bit more distinctive rather an one big bowl helped.

EFCs looks impressive from outside, not sure what your plans are for the internal layout

posted on 27/7/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 5 hours, 27 minutes ago
comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 26 minutes ago
I remember watching the Spurs build. It became addictive. checked the webcam each morning before I did anything else. Construction of such massive structures is fascinating IMO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will watch with interest. The Spurs ground being more complicated as it was started with the old stadium still up.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Yeah there were so many interesting elements, as we also had to dig down first to create he basement level and then the roof was constructed using a compression ring system which saw a massive wired structure built at ground floor and then lifted up into position by being put under tension.

Also watching the single tier stand get bigger and bigger

Spurs also used a lot of the crushed concrete from old WHL to form the concrete floors throughout the stadium so it has the old stadium within it.

It is a heart ache to leave the old one but if they do a good job of the new one you will never look back.....feck UNESCO
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Will be interesting to see if any bits of Goodison are used. But think some of the non stadium walls etc may use some reclaimed materials as a nod to the old lady. Interesting that crushed bits of WHL were used as bulk/balast
----------------------------------------------------------------------

The weird thing is that despite it being sooo much bigger, it still feels like WHL in many ways. I think making the stands a bit more distinctive rather an one big bowl helped.

EFCs looks impressive from outside, not sure what your plans are for the internal layout
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Not a bowl, looking at varying stand sizes/big home end behind goals.
Will be some design nods to the old design of stands, not many examples left of Archibald Leitch grounds.

posted on 28/7/21

What are the plans in Walton for when Goodison goes?

posted on 28/7/21

comment by He’s our centre half! He’s our number 4!* (U22158)
posted 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
What are the plans in Walton for when Goodison goes?
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You should be aware of the Goodison legacy project surely?

Take a look.

posted on 28/7/21

comment by Chester Chesterton III (U1308)
posted 6 hours, 45 minutes ago
comment by He’s our centre half! He’s our number 4!* (U22158)
posted 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
What are the plans in Walton for when Goodison goes?
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You should be aware of the Goodison legacy project surely?

Take a look.
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Yeah I’ve seen the pics actually but forgot about it to be fair

posted on 1/8/21

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