Stadion Miejski w Białymstoku
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||168 mln zł|
|Construction||07.06.2010 - 2014|
|Design||APA Kuryłowicz & Associoates|
|Contractor||Eiffage Budownictwo Mitex / Hydrobudowa Polska|
|Notice||Current stadium is to be refurbished one stand after another. To cut costs organisers have dropped underground parking lots and consultations with supporters led to making stands behind goals single-tiered.|
Description: Stadion Miejski w Białymstoku
Design by APA Kuryłowicz and Associates was chosen for Białystok’s new 22,400-seater stadium back in 2007. It envisaged two tiers of seating encircling the pitch, fully covered with the steel-concrete roof supports creating an impressive external form.
During preparations of the final project documentation supporters of Jagiellonia were consulted on the design and architects agreed on their proposition to merge both tiers behind goals in order to enhance support which is easier to coordinate on single tiers.
As part of cutting costs the Bialystok municipality decided not to build underground parking around the stadium that was initially designed to save way for recreational space and access routes to the ground.
Poland: Another stadium opened, but cost still unclear
In exactly one week from now the Jagiellonia x Pogoń game will become the very first with all stands opened in Białystok. But despite four years of construction (instead of two) the final cost is still unknown.
Poland: Białystok stadium (almost) delivered in time
Instead of two years it eventually took four to build it, but now the 22,400-capacity stadium is about to become the sixth largest in Polish top league. But first it needs to get all approvals from authorities.
Poland: Roof over Białystok stadium ready
Just over two months – this is how long (or short?) it took to deliver the primary roof structure over new 22,400-seater in Białystok. Entire stadium should be ready in mid-August.
Poland: Białystok roof to collapse or not to collapse?
This has been the question for weeks. Former contractor accused the design of severe flaws that may lead to tragedy. But no expertise confirms that the roof structure in Białystok could fall onto the stands.
New stadium: Stadion Miejski w Białymstoku
Though it's hardly ready overall, we decided to add it to our database now, because no elements of its predecessor are in use any more. Meanwhile, Saturday saw Jagiellonia's first game with two new stands. The rest should follow within a year!
Poland: First phase of Białystok stadium approved
Long overdue, first two stands of the Białystok new stadium were approved by the construction supervision and will see first spectators on Sunday. Now preparation for second phase of the project begins.
Poland: First phase of Bialystok new stadium finally delivered
Two stands that were due for completion in February and then late June are finally finished. Once all delivery procedures are done, contractor should begin demolition of remaining stands and rebuilding them to match the new ones.
Poland: Third deadline not met in Białystok
Today two stands of the new Białystok municipal stadium were to be delivered to the public investors. However, Spanish contractors didn't manage to meet their third deadline already, Gazeta.pl reports.
Poland: Bialystok stadium further delayed
The municipality and Spanish contractors agreed for a later delivery date. First two stands of the new stadium are to be ready by the end of June, though they were due… last week. Gazeta.pl reports.
Poland: Work in Bialystok to restart in 3 days
Final countdown – or at least Jagiellonia supporters hope it to be that. It seems all obstacles have been overcome and work on the new 22,000-seater is to restart this week, Sport.pl announces.
Poznan: Court announces Hydrobudowa and PBG’s bankruptcy
District Court of Poznan proclaimed one of the largest stadium contractors in Poland bankrupt. Now Hydrobudowa and mother company PBG have over 18,000 liabilities to pay off – Polish press agency PAP informs.
Poland: Work to resume in Białystok
Construction of a 22,400-seat stadium in north-eastern Poland came to a stop last year. Now that new contractor has been chosen, the ground should be ready within 21 months – 90Minut.pl reveals.