Imtech has been chosen to provide technology solutions for Wroclaw Stadium in an 18 million euro deal.

The stadium, which is currently being built in Poland, will host matches for the UEFA Euro 2012 Football Championships.

The European technical services provider has been involved with high-tech technical solutions in the Polish National Stadium in Warsaw and the Polish PGE Baltic Arena in Gdansk.

René van der Bruggen, CEO Imtech said: “Imtech will now be responsible for the technical solutions in the three most important Euro 2012 stadiums.

“In addition, we are also providing the sustainable technology in the Olympic Stadium now being built in London and the high-tech fire safety systems in Sweden’s new national football stadium, the Swedbank Arena, currently under construction in Stockholm.”

The company will provide a combination of information and communication technology, electrical and mechanical solutions.

Euro 2012 will take place in Poland and Ukraine as both nations co-host the tournament.

The 42,771-seater venue is expected to be completed in June 2011, costing a total of $218 million.

Posted on 04/06/2010