"The contract was signed on 26th September and after three weeks there were no traces of the former Stadium left. No one in Warsaw felt that tons of debris were transported out of the Stadium. Contrary to opinions expressed by some residents, dumpers did not block the city", assured the Minister of Sport and Tourism, Mirosław Drzewiecki, during his visit to the construction site of the National Stadium in Warsaw.
Next week sees the commencement of the renovation of the famous ‘Relay Team’ sculpture standing in the southern part of the 10th Anniversary Stadium. This will last one month and involve the general renovation and protection of this characteristic work of art. The renovation of this sculpture will be made by artist and sculptor Jacek Nowicki who contacted Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) and offered his help with the ‘Relay Team’ renovation.
On 26th September 2008 the contract of the first stage of the National Stadium construction in Warsaw was concluded by Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) and Pol-Aqua S.A. On Monday, 29th September 2008 the winning company takes over the construction site and begins construction work.
From today Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) which is preparing the construction of the National Stadium is managed by a three-member Board. With president Rafał Kapler, the company’s Management Board comprises Janusz Kubicki and Robert Wojtaś. Both new members of the Board of Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) have worked in the company before.
15th September 2008 was the deadline for submitting objections over the tender result for the first stage of the National Stadium construction in Warsaw.
On 8th September 2008 the tender committee of Narodowe Centrum Sportu Sp. z o.o. (National Sports Centre) chaired by Janusz Kubicki, the director of the implementation division, selected the offer of Pol-Aqua S.A. Engineering Company with its registered office in Piaseczno as the contractor for the first stage of the construction of the National Stadium.
The redevelopment of the Nabrzeże Szczecińskie (Szczecińskie Quay) near the National Stadium, construction of the Warszawa-Stadion railway station and tram terminal in Al. Zieleniecka as well as the construction of “Świętokrzyska Route” are the most important infrastructural investments in Warsaw in conjunction with the construction of the National Stadium and the European Football Championship in 2012.
On 22 August 2008, in pursuance of Art. 9 of the Act of 7th September 2007 on Preparations for the Final Tournament of the UEFA EURO 2012™ European Football Championship, the Minister of Sport and Tourism, Mirosław Drzewiecki, appointed a new Supervisory Board of the Minister of Sport and Tourism of the Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) special-purpose company.
The Ministry of Sport and Tourism would like to announce that, effective 6th August 2008, the Minister of Sport and Tourism has relieved Michał Borowski of his function as Chairman of the Narodowe Centrum Sportu Sp. z o.o. (National Sports Centre).
Stadium - The True Story. We are collecting mementoes of the 10th Anniversary Stadium – this nation-wide action is organized by Narodowe Centrum Sportu (National Sports Centre) , the Union of the Praga District Associations and the Museum of Praga District. The 10th Anniversary Stadium was the arena of numerous large events – not only sporting ones – that were remembered by those who participated in them. Someone took great pictures, someone kept a ticket from an interesting event, someone else wrote a school essay about the event and still has it.