Warsaw will modernize another stadium. After yesterday’s announcement of the competition, it is about the revitalization of the Polonia area, today we learned about the next competition. This time, the capital’s Hutnik will benefit from it.
The Warsaw City Hall announced the commencement of a tender for modernization works on facilities belonging to Hutnik Warszawa. As part of the tender, new football pitches and covered and open tennis courts are to be built there. This is another recent competition for the modernization of areas belonging to Warsaw football clubs. Recently, the Warsaw Council allocated PLN 158 million for the revitalization of facilities belonging to Polonia Warszawa. Yesterday, at the stadium on Konwiktorska Street, the start of the competition process to select the contractor was announced.
The press conference during which the start of the competition for the modernization of Hutnik’s premises was announced was attended by: Renata Kaznowska, deputy mayor of the capital city of Warsaw. Warsaw, Tomasz Mencina, mayor of the Bielany district of the capital city Warsaw, Magdalena Lerczak, deputy mayor of the Bielany district of the capital city Warsaw, Maciej Purchała, president of the Hutnik Warszawa club, Janusz Samel, director of the Sports and Recreation Office of the Capital City Hall. Warsaw, Adam Boniecki, director of the Capital Sports Center Active Warszawa.
The competition conditions provide for the completion date of July 20, 2020.