As obras nos estádios das cidades-sede da Copa do Mundo 2014 estão em andamento em todas as regiões brasileiras. Os investimentos previstos nas arenas somam R$ 6,7 bilhões, entre recursos locais e federais. Em 2011, o BNDES aprovou e contratou financiamentos num total de R$ 3,6 bilhões para apoiar reforma e construção. Os recursos estão disponíveis através do programa Pro-Copa Arenas e o limite para cada contrato é de R$ 400 milhões ou 75% do valor da obra. Pelo ritmo das obras, as arenas de Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Cuiabá, Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Recife e Salvador devem estar concluídas até o final deste ano.
Obras do Castelão já superam 50% de conclusão.
O estádio terá 45 mil lugares, com previsão de término das obras em dezembro de 2013 e os investimentos nas melhorias do estádio potiguar somam R$ 417 milhões, de acordo com a Matriz de Responsabilidade. Neste ano, as intervenções previstas para o estádio foram concluídas antes do prazo estipulado, segundo o governo estadual e a empresa responsável pelo empreendimento. Entre as etapas já concluídas está a demolição do ginásio Machadinho e do Machadão, a drenagem e retirada da rede elétrica e a terraplanagem.
No papel está tudo muito bem uma beleza, uma maravilha, mas será que no dia a dia, está assim tão bem? Eu tenho minhas dúvidas, pois estou acompanhando tudo o que sai sobre as obras, as greves, as paradas por causa das chuvas e outros problemas mais. Não somente e diretamente informações oficiais do governo federal como são este no momento.
Fonte: SECOM. Foto: Divulgação.
Comentário: Roberto Queiroz. Tradução: Roberto Queiroz e Roberto Queiroz Junior.
It is expected to Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Cuiabá, Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador.
The works in the stadiums of the host cities of the World Cup 2014 is underway in all regions of Brazil. The planned investments in the arenas totaling R $ 6.7 billion between federal and local resources. In 2011, BNDES approved financing and hired a total of $ 3.6 billion to support reform and construction. Resources are available through the Pro-Cup Arenas and the limit for each contract is $ 400 million or 75% of the work. The pace of construction, the arenas of Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Cuiabá, Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador must be completed by the end of this year.
National Stadium to be delivered later this year.
The schedule of the National Stadium in Brasilia (DF), is on schedule and is expected to be delivered later this year. At the end of the works, the capacity will be 71,000 people, which are 26 000 seats more than before the intervention when the site could receive 45 thousand people. The pillars that surround the outside the stands and give support to the coverage are already visible. Brasilia will host seven matches of World Cup 2014, one with the Brazilian team in the field, and also will host the opening Confederations Cup in 2013. The National Stadium will be covered in a metallic structure, new bleachers, removal from the track and lowering the pitch.
Mineirão demolitions completed internal and external.
The Mineirão in Belo Horizonte (MG), ended the year 2011 with 1,500 workers in construction sites. The demolitions are completed internal and external, about 85% of the work on the foundations in the internal and external 75% finished. The stadium will have capacity for 67 000 people and is the location, in 2012, three matches of the Confederations Cup and six of the 2014 World Cup. The works are underway and the deadline for submission is December 21 this year. One of the interventions in the legume is the lowering of the field in 3.4 meters, a measure that will bring viewers the game site. The changes include structural recovery, installation of screens and construction of new access to the arena.
Cuiabá Stadium will be delivered in December.
The Pantanal Arena ended 2011 with almost 40% of the project, which will be delivered in December this year completed. The steps for drainage and foundation of the stadium Cuiabá are advanced to completion, including excavation of the football field.The stadium Fragelli Jose is in the works of reform and modernization, which among other things, will result in increased capacity of the public. When it first opened in 1975, the stadium would hold 50,000 fans, but this ability was reduced to 35 000. The current interventions will allow up to 43,600 spectators fill the space. The Pantanal Arena will host four matches of the tournament. Today, 650 people work in the works and this number is expected to reach one thousand in 2012.
Baixada Arena will open on the anniversary of Curitiba.
In Curitiba, the investments in the Baixada Arena is R $ 234 million for renovation work and conformity to standards. The stadium has reached the end of 2011 with the schedule maintained and the work must still be delivered in December this year. A key change will be the expansion of the stadium capacity to 42,000 people and the also include the completion of a grandstand, and the adequacy of the VIP, grandstand, hospitality, media, changing rooms. The reopening of the stadium Parana is scheduled for March 2013, the month in which Curitiba celebrates birthday.
Castelão (Big Castle) works already exceed the 50% completion.
More than half of the Castelão (Big Castle) works are completed. 53% are implementing the actions that are divided into four phases simultaneously, and two are completed. The stadium, which should be ready by December this year, is one of the works that are at an advanced stage and will be the largest arena in the North / Northeast, with capacity for 67,000 people. Today, about 600 employees now work in a governmental structure built next to the Castellan. The changes include the lowering of the field in four feet to ensure full visibility and coverage to fans lined thermo-acoustic.
Arena of the Amazon will reuse water.
Work on the Arena of the Amazon have a total investment of R $ 533.2 million, R $ 400 million of federal funding. The result of the reform and modernization can house more than 43,000 people since June 2013 and the state of Amazonas will stage four first round matches of the tournament. The Arena will have the Amazon restaurant, underground parking, and access for disabled people and systems to reuse rainwater and natural ventilation.
Arena Dunes was completed ahead of schedule actions.
The stadium will have 45,000 seats, with works scheduled for completion in December 2013 and investment in the stadium improvements Natal amount to R $ 417 million, according to the Responsibility Matrix. This year, the interventions planned for the stadium were completed ahead of schedule, according to the state government and the company responsible for the venture. Among the steps are already completed the demolition of the gym and Machadinho and Machadão, drainage and removal of the grid and earthworks.
Riverside has 8,000 parking spaces.
Investment in construction of the new stadium of Beira-Rio (International) are estimated at R $ 290 million, is scheduled for delivery in December 2012 and the works will be underway later this month. One of the changes is the expansion of capacity of 8000 parking spaces. The arena of Porto Alegre have modern metal cover, with protection for the 60 000 seats, ramps and access to gates.
More than 2,000 people work day and night in the Arena Pernambuco.
The works of the Arena in Pernambuco are running day and night shifts, which resulted in 30% of actions completed at the end of 2011, the company responsible. 2115 employees are working to deliver the arena until June 2013. The grading is complete. With an increase of 85.4%, the foundations are in the final stages of execution. The expected completion of the work, according to the Responsibility Matrix, is in December 2012.
Area covered Maracana will be almost doubled.
A key change is the expansion of protected area of the stadium, which will increase from 24,350 m² to 47,350 m², with a new self-cleaning coverage and translucent, allowing light conditions uniform throughout the stands. The total investment is R $ 883.5 million and will prepare the venue for 76,500 people. The forecast is for delivery of the Maracana in February 2013.
New Source will be completed by December this year.
The works of the stadium soteropolitano have an estimated cost of $ 597 million and be completed by December 2012. In the end, the Arena da Fonte Nova will have the capacity to 55,000 seats, roof, roof top restaurant and covered parking with 1,800 spaces. Currently, work is in the process of assembling the superstructure (pre-molded parts and molded on the construction, columns, beams and slabs).
Itaquera Arena has more than 20% of works completed.
In December 2011, the Arena Itaquera exceeded 20% of the schedule of the works, according to the company responsible. The investments are R $ 820 million, R $ 400 million in federal funds, and it is expected that the stadium will be ready in Sao Paulo in December 2013. The site will have capacity for 68 thousand fans and 3,500 parking spaces. They are 48 000 and 20 000 seats conventional retractable seats, required by FIFA for the opening and will be removed after the World Cup.
On paper everything is very beautiful, wonderful, but does on a daily basis, is so well? I have my doubts because I'm doing everything that comes out about the works, strikes, parades because of the rains and other problems. No official information only and directly from the federal government as they are in this moment.
Source: SECOM. Photo: Disclosure.
Comment: Roberto Queiroz. Translation: Roberto Queiroz and Roberto Queiroz Junior.