The dive tower has been completed at Sandwell Aquatics Centre - the venue under-construction for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in BIrmingham.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty has thrown his support behind the construction of the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre which Birmingham 2022 chiefs believe will be completed "well in advance" of the Commonwealth Games.
The local unitary authority has hailed progress made in the construction of Sandwell Aquatics Centre and again highlighted the benefits it is hoped to bring to the community.
Organisers of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham have today held an event to mark the start of major construction of the Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
Wates Construction has been officially confirmed as the main contractor for the £73 million ($94 million/€85 million) Sandwell Aquatics Centre being built in time for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Organisers have expressed confidence in the schedule for the three major construction projects for Birmingham 2022, despite the shorter build-up time to the Commonwealth Games.
Project director of Birmingham 2022 Aquatics Centre claims venue still on budget despite cost increase
The project director of the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has told Councillors the budget for the venue has not overrun, despite the final costings for it having been confirmed to be at £73 million ($94 million/€85 million) – £13 million ($17 million/€15 million) more than first estimated.
Major construction is set to begin on the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in the New Year, it has been announced, with final costings for the project now confirmed to be at £73 million ($94 million/€85 million) – £13 million ($17 million/€15 million) more than first estimated.