TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR'S NEW TRAINING CENTRE, TUBE AND SECTION BENDING BY BARNSHAWS Wednesday 9 November 2011 PDF Print Tottenham Hotspur's new training ground is currently under construction, and on schedule for completion by the beginning of next season. The ground covers 67 acres, which include 11 pitches and an impressive training centre designed by KSS Architects, featuring curved steel sections fabricated by Barnshaws Section Benders. Designed around a 70 x 50m indoor artificial pitch, the training centre will feature a transparent ETFE roof, and will act as an integral part of the landscape. The centre will contain state of the art facilities, such as a gym, media centre, medical facilities, hydrotherapy/ swimming pool, and a learning centre. Barnshaws were commissioned by Watsons to undertake a significant amount of metal bending work for the £45m project. Sections curved include 305 columns, 323.9 x 16 tubes, and 152 tees all multiple radius bends in the same length bar. Metal bending for the build was carried out across 4 months, after Barnshaws won the contract based on their technical expertise. -ENDS- Note to editors: Established in 1969, Barnshaw Section Benders are based at six manufacturing sites around the UK, located in the West Midlands, Manchester and Hamilton, Scotland. Across these sites over 120 specialist machines are housed, and have provided steel bending services for some of the countries largest projects, including shopping centres, football stadiums, airports, and most recently the Olympics. For more information, please contact Greg North. Tel: 01902 880848 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.barnshaws.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Barnshaw Section Benders in the following categories: Sport, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Construction & Property, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.