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Video shows renovation of Forsyth Barr Stadium’s playing surface
A recently released video from Dunedin Venues Management Ltd (DVML) has shown how the multi-use Forsyth Barr Stadium transforms its surface for sporting use in the aftermath of a concert.
The time lapse video released by DVML shows the how the Stadium's turf surface is renovated and transformed over the course of several days following a concert and fun day at the venue.
Groundstaff are shown cutting, watering, lighting and tending the grass, which results in the turf springing back to a more vibrant green and healthy condition.
Image shows the renovation of Forsyth Barr Stadium's surface. Video below shows the venue's 2010 construction.
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