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New roof for The Trusts Arena


Work on The Trusts Arena roof will begin in late July and is expected to last for 12 months, but
shouldn’t cause any disruption to events or users of the Arena.

Routine maintenance work uncovered some issues with weather tightness and sparked a full-scale
review of the roof and its cladding. The Trusts Arena CEO Mark Gosling says the investigation
revealed a number of issues with the roof which will be addressed with the renovation work.

“We will be replacing the curved aluminium panels with a new design and also addressing issues
around guttering and drainage.”

The project was put out to tender and Canam Construction will lead the $3.7 million project.
“We are working with Canam to ensure any disruption is kept to a minimum and aside from a small
reduction in the number of carparks available to the public during the project, it should be business
as usual.

“The Trusts Arena is grateful to the three principal funding partners – Regional Facilities Auckland,
Foundation North and TTCF – for their support.”

The Trusts Arena building was designed by Warren and Mahoney and built by Canam Construction in
2004.

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