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An artist’s impression of inside the new Christchurch stadium as set up for concerts.
The roof for Christchurch’s new multi-use arena will cost $67.2 million alone – just $20m less than the main structure itself, new documents suggest.
The 25,000-seat covered central city arena is projected to cost a total $473m plus GST, with the Crown to contribute $220m and the Christchurch City Council providing the remaining $253m.
It will hold 35,000 people for concerts, including standing room. Up to 5000 temporary seats could be added at later.
Earlier this week, the council released documents outlining the project for companies interested in designing and building it. The council will pick a preferred contractor in December.
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Sam Pittman helped build UGA football’s foundation under Kirby Smart. Now he leads a major renovation job at Arkansas – Subscriber – Athens Banner-Herald
The fans who gathered at the Catfish Hole in Fayetteville gave a warm, socially distanced ovation and a masked Hog Call at the first “Sam Pittman Live” weekly radio show a couple of weeks ago.
The new Arkansas football coach and Chuck Barrett, the voice of the Razorbacks, did the hour with a Plexiglass divider on the stage.
“You know this right here, I used to see that like if it’s a bad band playing or something,” Pittman said. “And it shields you from all the stuff being thrown at you. I thought that’s what this is for. It’s for COVID?”
Pittman didn’t need to worry about any such reaction at Georgia where he assembled a talented cast of offensive linemen during his four seasons on Kirby Smart’s staff and was beloved by fans and players.
“He was a relationship-driven coach,” Smart said Monday. “His players just love him and
REVIEW: There’s a lovely story at the start of this Grand Designs NZ episode – Joseph and Sooz Hardie used to jump the fence with a bottle of bubbles to sit outside an old bach on the clifftop at Piha.
They would lap up the view and pretend it was theirs. And then, lo and behold, the bach came on the market, and it did become their home. (See, dreams can come true.)
Six years later they demolish it to build a better one on the “perilously steep site”. This time, the living areas will be on the lower level, so there will be a flow out to the landscape, because Sooz says the old house felt more like an apartment, with no connection to the “whenua”.
STEVENS POINT – Meijer won’t open next year in Stevens Point, but the company still plans to build a new store eventually.
Meijer purchased 28 acres of land in 2017 on the northeast corner of Portage County R and HH, near the shopping plaza that is home to Walmart Supercenter, Kohl’s and Lowe’s Home Improvement. According to city documents filed in 2019, the company was in its planning stages and started applying for sign permits. Documents at that time indicated the store would likely open in 2021.
Frank Guglielmi, the senior director of corporate communications for Meijer, told a Stevens Point Journal reporter the company still owns the land and plans to eventually build a store. Guglielmi said the company’s building schedule can be fluid, and it has no timeline yet for construction or opening. Meijer is currently focused on construction for its 2021 stores, he said.
FAIRMONT — Commissioners here were told Tuesday that a new health-care facility is on its way to town.
Robeson Health Care Corporation CEO Tim Smith said a new medical center, which will be about 14,000 square feet in size, will be built at the site of the South Robeson Medical Center on South Walnut Street. The medical center and property are owned by the corporation.
Construction of the new facility will begin in the next 60 days, he said. The project will cost about $3.5 million.
“This is one that we’re very very proud of,” Smith said of the project.
Inside Towie stars Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallett’s incredible home renovation as they build dream mansion in Essex
TOWIE stars Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallett have revealed their incredible home renovation as they build their dream mansion in Essex.
Georgia, 29, and her beau Tommy, 28, have walked their fans through every step of the mega project on Instagram – even sharing photos of homes that inspire them.
Georgia, who joined Towie in 2018, told fans: “A lot has changed today”
Her latest snap reveals her dream home is in its very early stages, with the stars building an extension onto the side of the house.
Bricks and timber are layed out on the patio as they work on the shell of the property.
Showing fans inside her home, Georgia has posted photos of her dream bathroom and hallway and revealed how she hopes they will look after she transforms them, sharing her “inspo” pics.
Simple and affordable ideas can be most effective when designing a house that allows owners to lower energy costs, live comfortably and help the environment.
Geelong homebuyers can learn how the owners of some of Australia’s best environmental homes have achieved their sustainability goals.
Belmont resident Fleur Pitman is joining more than 150 people offer virtual tours of their homes for Sustainable House Day on September 20.
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Ms Pitman said the most important design element was orientating the house to face north and reducing a house’s footprint by creating more multi-function spaces like study-bedrooms and design entertainment units to eliminate separate media rooms.
“People don’t need to spend more money, they need to choose how to spend their money and what is that contributing to,” she said.