The work will be performed by about one hundred skilled workers, including professionals with training in mountaineering. This stage is expected to end in November this year. "It will be a new cover made of lightweight, sturdy and cost-effective material, using standardized tubes offered by the market, without the need of having to manufacture them, for example, in metallurgy," the operations manager of the work José Severiano Braga da Silva concluded.
Two thousand workers
This week, the work reached the maximum peak of workers, with 2,000 workers in the field, and the mark of 58% of work completed. About 80% of the terrace parts have been installed around the façade, which has been 100% treated. Inside, 30% of the lower bleachers are installed and 80% of bars and bathrooms have received finishing (plaster and floor) with installation of benches and granite partitions (50%).
The installation of the new security gap is also in the final phase, with 90% of execution. The activities of electrical, water and drainage infrastructure are still ongoing, as well as implementation of the terrace and indoor parking floors. Three matches will be played in the new stadium during the Confederations Cup, in 2013, and six matches in the 2014 World Cup (four in the first round, one in the round of 16 and another in the semi-finals).