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STRI Group and WANDA CTI agree facility development alliance for the Chinese sports market
STRI Group, the global multidisciplinary service provider to the sports and environments sectors, has signed a strategic alliance agreement with Wanda’s Cultural Tourism Planning & Design Institute (CTI), the subsidiary company of Wanda Cultural Industry Group.
Aiming to create international quality football surfaces across China, the alliances builds on the regional success already realised in China by STRI and Wanda, and will set new industry standards for football facilities.
A significant development for football in China, the alliance will also see the development of an elite R&D facility and design hub, supported by a new education offering while STRI will also support Wanda as their local design and project management company as they roll out ambitious plans for multiple football venues throughout the country.
The R&D centre will invite select industry stakeholders to have their products and systems positioned for validation and demonstration purposes, showcasing the very best in football pitch infrastructure and ongoing maintenance with STRI’s design capabilities to be supported locally by their construction partner Tizan Turf Science.
Commenting on the initiative, STRI Group Company Director, Andrew Brooker, Company Director advised “the cooperation is an exciting step forward for the development of new stadium and training venues in China, enabling facilities to compete on an international level.
“STRI Group are very pleased to have formed the cooperation with Wanda.”
The parties intend to engage architects and engineers to collaborate on the exciting projects already identified as future developments, bringing in the very best multidisciplinary teams to deliver world class venues.
Wanda CTI are excited for the future of Chinese football venues and are pleased that STRI’s multidisciplinary teams can bring environmentally sustainable design ethics to the collaboration.
The Wanda Cultural Tourism Planning & Research Institute, a core part of Wanda’s culture and tourism industry business, is the only company in China specialised in design, research and development for cultural tourism projects.
23rd August 2020 - Plans unveiled for new football stadium in China’s ancient capital
19th August 2020 - EPG Australia joins SportsTurf Consultants as part of STRI Group
10th July 2020 - China bans international sporting events until 2021
27th March 2020 - Wanda to sell Ironman for US$730 million
15th February 2019 - News report suggests few Chinese sports venues are profitable
19th October 2017 - China’s Jiangsu Province plans for 3,000 football schools by 2025
29th May 2017 - Dalian Wanda Group to build new central Asian theme parks
2nd March 2017 - Appointments strengthen STRI Group’s Australian operations
29th July 2016 - Populous backs Alibaba plan to increase sport participation in China
27th July 2016 - Wanda Group aims to triple entertainment and sport revenue by 2020
25th July 2016 - China to build 60,000 football fields by 2020
22nd July 2016 - STRI Group announce Chinese sports turf partnership
5th June 2016 - China Football Summit 2016 explores the development of football
16th May 2016 - STRI Group appoints Mark Godfrey as new Chief Executive
21st March 2016 - Wanda Group partners with FIFA
10th February 2016 - China to have 20,000 schools specialising in football by 2017
26th November 2015 - Dalian Wanda unveils Wanda Sports Group
18th August 2015 - Chinese Football Association to be independent of government
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