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Five architecture firms have been shortlisted to lead the redesign of the Stade de la Meinau as part of a planned €100m (£83m/$108m) revamp of the home of French Ligue 1 football club RC Strasbourg.

SCAU, KSS Group, HPP, Populous and 2PORTZAMPARC were selected
out of a total of 45 applications that were submitted before the deadline in October. They will have until May 2020 to submit their final plans, with the winner set to be announced in July.

The club said that SCAU’s bid is supported by SDP, OTE Ingenierie and Jean-Paul Lamoureux, while KSS has enlisted the support of AEA, as well as BuroHappold and Igrec Ingenierie.

HPP’s bid is supported by Archi5prod, Emergence Architecture and OTE, while Populous is backed by Rey-De Crecy, as well as Maffeis and OTE. 2PORTZAMPARC’s submission includes ATSP and OTE Ingenierie.

The redevelopment, which is being overseen by Eurométropole de Strasbourg, the regional administration, will increase the capacity of the stadium from 26,000 to 32,500 whilst creating new meeting and service spaces, as well as reception lounges and access points.

Eurométropole de Strasbourg will provide €50m of the funding required for the project with three other regional public bodies – the Grand Est (€25m), City of Strasbourg (€12.5m) and the Department of Bas-Rhin (€12.5m) – covering the remaining costs.

The club itself plans to commit between €7m and €8m towards upgrading the stadium’s museum, shops, offices and ticketing facilities, as well as €10m towards a new training centre for the first team and €21m towards modernising academy facilities.
https://www.thestadiumbusiness.com/2020/02/14/shortlist-revealed-strasbourg-stadium-revamp/
 

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Strasbourg will have a renovated setting by 2025. The Meinau stadium will be transformed for 100 million euros. The English architectural firm Populous was selected.

The club announced a delivery of the new stadium in July 2025 with a final capacity of 32,000 seats.

The stadium will also include a fan zone, a shop, a giant screen forum, a brasserie, reception areas for companies and a museum.

 

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The site will take place in successive phases until the summer of 2025. The south stand first, raised, will be under construction from June 2022. The stadium will then be able to accommodate only 19,000 people, until the end of 2023. Then, it will be the turn of the west stand to be renovated for 6 months, as well as the fan zone, then the north stand, again for 6 months and finally the East stand, still for 6 months.

 

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Sustainability has been key to our design strategy and includes an innovative upcycling approach to reuse Airbus A340 fuselages for the main facade sunshade.



 

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"The €100 million project will involve a number of environmentally sustainable design features, including the use of upcycled sections of fuselages from decommissioned Airbus A340 aircraft. The aircraft parts will be used as sunshades at the revamped grounds."


 
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