We warmly welcome you to attend ‘Standing strong at the Stadium’ to meet the team leading the build of the state-of-the-art multi-use arena.
Meet the BESIX Watpac Team
- Learn about Te Kaha, Canterbury’s multi-use arena.
- View the Te Kaha Project.
- Learn about the safety culture at Te Kaha.
- What is a ‘Safe Day’ at Te Kaha?
From All Black tests and Football World Cup qualifiers to big concerts and events, Te Kaha, Canterbury’s Multi-Use Arena, will be able to host them all.
Christchurch will soon be home to a state-of-the-art multi-use arena. The $683-million project will have a seating capacity of 30,000 for sports events and will hold a minimum 36,000 spectators for large music events.
The state-of-the-art arena will add to the central city’s vitality, catalyse further development, help re-establish Christchurch as a sporting and cultural capital and boost the city’s economy by attracting visitors from around New Zealand and the world.
Led by Australian-based stadium construction experts, BESIX Watpac, the Kōtui consortium includes Christchurch-based construction companies Southbase Construction and Fulton Hogan, local seismic engineering specialists Lewis Bradford, Christchurch architects Warren and Mahoney, and global stadium design experts Populous and Mott MacDonald.
Registration Essential. Free Entry.
Light Refreshments available. All Welcome.