in News - 31 May, 2017
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Preparations For The 2018 FIFA World Cup In Russia

As the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia draws closer, construction on the tournament stadiums continue. At the Kaliningrad Stadium, decorative work like plastering and painting on the walls including the laying of tiles is currently ongoing. Internal electricity, heating and ventilations systems are being installed while outside the stadium’s façade is being erected.

Finishing touches are being applied to the venues that will be used for the FIFA World Cup tournament with the exception of Luzhniki Stadium that is almost ready to be signed off after the major renovation. According to Deputy Mayor of Moscow Marat Khusnullin, the markings for the football pitch at Russia’s 2018 main arena were already painted in the direction of the grass that has been cut. The lines will be painted twice before the tournament in both directions.

At the Yekaterinburg Arena the foundations for the football pitch are almost complete and nearly fully laid. Workers are now focusing their attention on the drainage system. Meanwhile the stands and facilities inside the venue are on the process of being fitted out. Utility systems are also being installed while the surrounding area outside the stadium is being upgraded. Work is expected to be completed in autumn.

At the Volgograd Arena, nearly 2,000 workers were hired to complete construction work. They were put to work in the site where the railroad and crane towers are ready to lift the cable-stayed roof and other elements into place. The protective outer enclosure of the stadium is already taking shape while the light towers continue to be built.

At the Rostov-on-Don stadium, 80% of the roof’s membrane has been laid. Inside the facility, workers are building the dropped ceilings, lifts and escalators. Ceramic tiles are being laid while work continues on the windows and coloured panels. The layers that are beneath the football pitch are almost 30% complete.

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