BESIX Watpac to Deliver Canterbury Multi-Use Arena in New Zealand
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BESIX Watpac to Deliver Canterbury Multi-Use Arena in New Zealand

Australian multi-disciplinary construction company BESIX Watpac has added New Zealand to its sphere of operations after leading a successful bid to deliver

Australian multi-disciplinary construction company BESIX Watpac has added New Zealand to its sphere of operations after leading a successful bid to deliver the new Canterbury Multi-Use Arena for Christchurch City Council. BESIX Watpac is the lead contractor in the Kōtui team which is made up of Australian, New Zealand and global expertise with a combined portfolio of more than 400 stadiums worldwide. The team includes New Zealand companies Southbase Construction, Fulton Hogan, engineers Lewis Bradford, and architects Warren and Mahoney, and global stadium design experts Populous and Mott MacDonald.

The CMUA is a 25,000 seat covered stadium for hosting major sporting contests and international concerts, with a scalable seating capacity to ensure it remains fit for purpose for smaller concerts, shows and events.

Kōtui is made up of New Zealand, Australian and international expertise in stadium architecture, engineering design, construction and fan experience. The team has been carefully selected to deliver excellence, capture the spirit of all Cantabrians and elevate the region’s sporting and cultural pride.

Led by Australian-based stadium construction experts, BESIX Watpac, Kōtui includes the local strength of Southbase Construction and Fulton Hogan, local seismic engineering specialists Lewis Bradford, Christchurch architects Warren and Mahoney, and global stadium design experts Populous and Mott MacDonald. The combined experience represented by Kōtui has designed and built more than 400 stadiums worldwide.

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