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Contract for Phase B of the Sports Center of Nea Filadelfeia signed by the Region of Attica and TOMI

The contract for the project “Construction of Nea Filadelfeia Sports Center”, representing the  emblematic for the historic Football Club “AEK” and for the area in general, stadium, was signed on Wednesday, July 1st, 2020, at the Attica Region’s offices, by Attica Region and TOMI construction company, a subsidiary of ELLAKTOR Group.

The signing of the contract, with an initial budget of  €16,129,032, marks the official beginning of Phase B for the construction of the “Center of Sports, Culture and Memory, Agia Sophia”, that will be the new home of AEK F.C. The contract includes the architectural works and finishes and the architectural equipment on the stadium’s hollow, works that will highlight the modern, high standards stadium of the historic home of the team.

The project’s Phase B that was undertaken by TOMI completes the installation of over 30,000 stadium seats, including the VIP seats’ section. The project also includes the electromechanical works of water supply and drainage systems, the installation of all sanitary ware equipment, air conditioning, fire-fighting and strong currents works, as well as infrastructure works mainly related to the installations and specialized systems of weak currents, necessary for the stadium’s operation.

TOMI will complete the project with the customization of the press section and the athletes’ “folding tunnel” for entering the field, as well as with the installation of specialized lighting control system, with high performance lights that will enhance the experience of watching the games, based on the philosophy of sustainable development and environmental protection incorporated in the architectural design and study for the construction of the “Center of Sports, Culture and Memory, Agia Sophia”.

The signing of the contract brings the new AEK F.C. stadium in Nea Filadelfeia closer to its final stage in order to welcome the historic team and become part of the city’s everyday life, adding to the area a modern landmark of sports and culture.