Everton architect Dan Meis provides exciting Bramley-Moore Dock stadium update fans will love

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Everton are due to leave Goodison Park for Bramley-Moore Dock at the start of the 2024-25 season.

Dan Meis revealed that he can ‘start to envision’ Everton’s new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium after his latest visit.

Work on the Toffees’ new ground continues ahead of opening for the start of the 2024-25 season.

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Erection of the state-of-the-art 52,888-seater stadium is going well, with concrete-pre-cast elements now emerging from the ground.

Meis was the concept architect for Bramley-Moore Dock, having also designed world-famous venues including Los Angeles’ Staples Center and renovate Madison Square Garden in New York.

Meis took up a guardianship role with Everton in October after his previous remit came to a natural conclusion.

And he is impressed how the project is coming together.

Meis wrote on Twitter: “Just returned London after a couple of exciting days in Liverpool!

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“Construction is going extremely well, and one can actually start to envision the stadium on the site!!

“Will share pics over the next few days. #LOR #patternarchitects are doing a great job executing our design!”

Then replying to a fan if the stadium looks anything like the designs, Meis said: “It is indistinguishable from the designs that have been presented.

“If anything it has improved through development. I couldn’t be more pleased!”

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Metro mayor Steve Rotherham announced last week that Everton no longer require a £30 million loan from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority as ‘alternative sources of funding from the private sector’ had been found.

Meiss posted pictures of the construction of the stadium on his Instagram page and wrote: “A few photos of the current construction progress. Hard to believe that it was just months ago that this was a water filled dock!

“One pic here is from the NW corner core structure and the next two are from the PITCH!! It’s such an incredibly complex build. It was pretty emotional experience after all these years. Will be posting more as things progress.”

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