Tim Hortons Field
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||$ 145.7 mln|
|Construction||2013 - 30.06.2014|
Description: Tim Hortons Field
Construction began in early 2013, when the old Ivor Wynne Stadium was demolished and made way for foundations. The new ground will shift 90 degrees to a north-south axis from the east-west format. Covering 5.45 hectares, Tim Hortons Field (name sold for 10 years) will thus receive a more conventional orientation, with the main grandstand with most hospitality spaces in the west (altogether some 30 skyboxes and 1,100 corporate seats).
22,500 individual seats will be placed along the pitch, on double-tiered stands. Both ends are designed to remain open and hold only terraced bars overlooking the pitch, holding further 1,500. This layout may change temporarily for large events, like the Grey Cup game, seeing single-tiered tubular stands for further 13,500 people built (reaching 35,000 seats).
Estimated from the beginning at around $150 million, the stadium’s current price tag stands at $145.7 million (or US$130m / €95m). Largest portion of the funding came from federal resources ($69.1m), second contribution is the city’s (54.3m), while provincial authorities supplied the remainder ($22.3m).
Canada: Tim Hortons Field to miss at least two games
Construction delays are now confirmed to have pushed opening of Tim Hortons Field by at least two home games, maybe more. The team will assess progress in upcoming weeks to confirm actual inauguration.
Canada: Will Hamilton make it for opening?
It’s less than a month until the Tim Hortons Field opening game. Not many tickets are left, but some seats assigned to those tickets still haven’t been installed. The stadium is already behind deadline, but might be opened unfinished.
Hamilton: Tim Hortons Field six weeks late
The consortium behind Hamilton's new stadium warns of setbacks in the project's delivery. Weather conditions and subcontractor bankruptcy are the reasons, but opening remains set for the Tiger-Cats' first home game.
Design and construction: Tim Hortons Field
Already this summer Canadian football players move here. Then next year association football will see its first games at Tim Hortons Field. The new $146-million stadium is four months away from delivery, so be sure to check it at StadiumDB.com from now on!