Support services and construction company
Carillion has scored top marks with football legends Kenny
Dalglish, Paul Bracewell and Sam Allardyce after completing part
of a Football Academy project in Tyne and Wear.
Complete Football was officially opened by Newcastle United Manager Sam Allardyce this week (Tues October 16).
The new concept aims to be the UK leader in providing training and development centres and football for all.
Carillion Regional Building will be handing over the £3million Complete Football facilities which include: clubhouse, six external 5-a-side pitches and one, full size pitch along with a players’ lounge, reception, gym, ten changing rooms and a state-of-the-art treatment room, at the end of October.
Graham Taylor, Project Manager said: “It’s taken us 31 weeks to build and there are a lot of unique features to the pitches as they are all concepts. It’s been a very enjoyable project and we look forward to handing it over on time and to budget very soon.”
Paul Bracewell, Technical Director for Complete Football said: “The day was a huge success with all the VIPs hugely impressed with all the amazing new facilities we have to offer.
“We’re really pleased with the work Carillion has done.”
It is hoped that Complete Football will build another 19 of the concept buildings in the next five years.