Domestic Companies “Metalac“ and “A3“ to renew the Stadium “Pecara“?

first_imgWorks on covering the north stands of the stadium Pecara in Siroki Brijeg are in the progress and will be ended until the beginning of the new football season. Contractors are companies from Siroki Brijeg “Metalac“ d.o.o. and “A3“, and the investor is the Football Club Siroki Brijeg, as confirmed in  Metalac.First, the old structure above the VIP Lodge was removed and the installment of columns that will carry the roof structure is in progress. With covered south stands, Pecara will be additionally beautified with covering the north stands that will certainly means a better comfort for spectators.“Metalac“ is performing works on the steel construction (main columns, girders and the secondary construction) and the covering of the stands with an appropriate profiled steel sheet, and “A3“ is the contractor of concrete works.“The job is very demanding and complex as in terms of a technical solutions and the workshop development, as well as in terms of the installation itself and the appliance of an appropriate scaffoldings and cranes for the installment“, said the contractor, stating that “Metalac“ engaged 20 people for the workshop development and 10 people for the installment itself.In the current phase, around 1.300 square meters of the space at the north stands s being covered and it will enable a better comfort for spectators.Also, the grass is completely refreshed, thus preparations and playing matches will be a pleasure for players of FC Siroki Brijeg.(Source: read more

City enters negotiations with gravel crushing company

first_imgLB Chapman Counstruction has indicated that it would consider doing to work on a reduced scope, and staff has been authorized to start negotiating down from the tender price of $161,000. “Part of it’s mobilization costs, so we’ll be talking about that, and reducing the scope and asking for a reduction in unit cost as well,” explains Victor Shopland, Director of Integrated Services. Whatever they’ll give us we’ll take, but the maximum dollar value is $120,000 so that’s as far as we can go.” The City says that if the project is able to go ahead, it will have enough inventory of winter sand to match its needs for the next two winters.- Advertisement -The gravel pit was purchased in early 2013 from Glenn Fox for $2.924 million before tax out of reserves from Fair Share Funds in the City’s budget. The aggregate will be used for road construction and water and sewer main projects and is intended to improve the city’s ability to plan for future maintenance as the community grows, and decrease spending. It’s expected the pit, which holds between 600,000 and 1,100,000 cubic metres of material, will last between 24 and 44 years.Advertisementlast_img read more

Real Madrid sign another top young star as £35m deal announced

first_imgA statement from the Spanish giants read: “Real Madrid and Real Sociedad have agreed to the transfer of the player Alvaro Odriozola, pending the medical examination, and the player remains linked to the club for the next six seasons.”Odriozola made 50 appearances for Real Sociedad, after breaking into their first team in 2016/17.He was named in the Spain squad for the 2018 World Cup by Julen Lopetegui, who dramatically left his post on the eve of the tournament after agreeing a deal to take charge of Real Madrid, but did not feature in any of the four games games played by La Roja. Alvaro Odriozola was part of the Spain squad at the World Cup Real Madrid have signed defender Alvaro Odriozola from Real Sociedad for a fee of £35million.The 22-year-old – regarded as one of the best young talents in European football – has penned a six-year contract with the European champions. 1 👋 ¡Bienvenido al #RealMadrid, Álvaro Odriozola!#WelcomeOdriozola | #HalaMadrid— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) July 5, 2018Odriozola will now link up with Lopetegui once more at the Bernabeu, becoming the third young star to move to Real this summer.Santos’ 17-year-old sensation Rodrygo has joined the club in a £40million deal, although he will not head to Madrid until 2019.Andriy Lunin, a 19-year-old Ukrainian goalkeeper, has also joined from Zorya Luhansk for a fee of around £12m.last_img read more