Adelaide Oval Western Stands Redevelopment

'Adelaide Oval is widely regarded as the most picturesque Test cricket ground in the world, with St Peter's Cathedral rising behind the elegant Edwardian scoreboard and Moreton Bay fig trees at the northern end, the Mount Lofty Ranges to the east, and nearby city skyline to the south.'
 - quoted from the HASSELL website

The new four-tier western grandstand stretches from the Bradman Stand in the south to the grassed hill in the north-west. The stand provides seating for 14,000 spectators. Key features include retention of the Ovals heritage features.

The new design retains a section of the George Giffen Stand and the heritage wall archways. Iconic steel 'diagrid' canopy structures form a focal point of the new works.

Fast FactsAdelaide Oval Western Stands Redevelopment
  • LocationAdelaide
  • BuilderBuilt Environs
  • When03.2009 to 01.2011
  • DetailsThis $95 million project has increased the venue's capacity from 30,000 to 36,000 and includes major upgrades to facilities, and a spectacular and iconic 'diagrid' interlocking steel roof structure.

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