Severfield sounded out about Chelsea's Stamford Bridge rebuild

Herzog & de Meuron Chelsea

Steelwork contractor currently coming to end of deal on Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium

Severfield has been sounded out about the steelwork contract at the scheme to rebuild Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge ground.

The firm, which is currently on site completing work on a £50m deal at the new home of Tottenham Hotspur, said it had been approached for its input into the scheme.

Chief executive Alan Dunsmore said the job was currently projected to use around 6,000 tonnes of steel – less than half the amount being used on the Spurs’ 61,000 seat stadium.

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