Caddick Construction has secured a deal to support Leeds United Football Club (LUFC) expand its Elland Road coach park and upgrade its broadcasting facilities.
Jane Imrie

Wakefield construction firm lands multi-million pound Leeds United project

A Wakefield construction company has won a contract with a Premier League football club in the region.

Caddick Construction has secured a deal to support Leeds United Football Club (LUFC) expand its Elland Road coach park and upgrade its broadcasting facilities.

The Knottingley-based company will start work next month to create a new £1.3m coach park on the Fullerton Park and West Stand car park, a Sky Compound and a pedestrian walkway linking the car parks to the stadium.

Caddick senior contracts manager, Chris Allott, commented: “The new coach park, pedestrian walkway and broadcasting compound will help ensure that Elland Road will be worthy of its Premiership status.

“It’s great that we are once again working with the Club to improve the ground’s facilities and make sure it is fit for purpose to welcome back fans when the time is right.”

Mark Broadley, head of IT and facilities at LUFC, added: “We are delighted to be working with Caddick Construction again, and we are looking forward to seeing the upgraded ground facilities completed and in use for our first Premiership season for 16 years.”

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