Green Point Stadium
The Cape Town Stadium, originally known as the Green Point Stadium, was constructed for the FIFA Soccer World Cup in South Africa. This iconic stadium is located in Green Point between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean and was designed to take account of its location and future uses.
The stadium was constructed over 33 months and had a seating capacity of 64 000 seats comprising 58 000 permanent seats and 6 000 temporary seats. The stadium has 96 000m2 of concrete, the roof weighs 4 700 and comprises of approximately 9 000 pieces of glass with a fabric liner. The facade of the building is a translucent fabric which in addition to its architectural features also assists with reducing light and noise pollution
The stadium Consultant team comprised of a mix of International and South African consultants with each discipline having at least four different companies. MLC were one of four QS’s involved with this project from commencement through until completion.
MLC worked with the team to assist with the cost estimating of the project, procurement of contractors and sub-contractors, costing of variations, monthly valuations and the financial close out of the development.