AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) have collaborated with top level architects, structural engineers and designers to develop two conceptual designs for a new multi-purpose Darwin City Stadium.
The focus of the mulitpurpose Stadium is to attract first class high level sport & entertainment inc AFL games, NRL matches, International and First Class Cricket, A-League Football, ARL and other major events such as concerts.
Organisations involved in the design and construction process are Studio Nield, Coordinating Architects, headed by Lawrence Nield, the former Chief Architect of the Northern Territory who has been involved in master planning a number of major projects, including for the Sydney Olympics, Homebush Stadium and Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium. Local companies Troppo Architects, Professor Max Irvine Structural Engineers, Rider Levett Bucknall Quantity Surveyors and Taylor Cullity Lethlean Landscape Architects are other major contributors.
This is an exciting, game changing project for the Northern Territory and AFLNT will continue to work with various stakeholder to move the project forward. As part of the projects next steps, AFLNT has engaged Pricewaterhouse Coopers to complete a strategic assessment for the proposed stadium.