Tender for phased development including new North Stand (4000/7000 capacity), ancillary accommodation within stand, alignment of pitch, demolitions, new terracing, pitch lighting, works to existing stand, public realm works, car parking and ancillary works, etc.
A tender competition was launched last week by the county board seeking submissions to design a new north stand for Pairc Tailteann, in place of the existing terrace.
Plans to redevelop the famous old ground, originally constructed in 1935, were first approved in February of this year, with the county board receiving planning permission to construct a new 21,000 capacity stadium on the site.
The new stand is slated to have between 4,000 and 7,000 seats as its capacity, and will be constructed in one or two phases.
The new tender will incorporate the (optional) construction of new terracing, pitch lighting, car park facilities, and works to the existing stand.
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