Published Monday, 03 September 2012
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Mott MacDonald Ltd. was unveiled on Monday as the designers for what is set to become the major provincial stadium for gaelic games for Ulster.
Once complete, the £61.4m new Casement Park will seat 40,000, will be substantially covered and will be modern enough to host events outside of the sporting world.
Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín welcomed the announcement.
She said: "These are exciting times for the GAA as they embark on one of the largest and most significant projects since the redevelopment of Croke Park.
"I look forward to seeing the designs and working with them to achieve a first class provincial stadium in the heart of Belfast."
Funding for the redevelopment of national stadiums for three of Northern Ireland's top sports - rugby, football and GAA - was agreed by the Executive in March 2011.
Rugby received £14.7m towards the improvement of Ravenhill Stadium in east Belfast, while £25.2m was allocated to football's Windsor Park.
"The upgrading of Casement Park, Windsor Park and Ravenhill are a key commitment in the Executive's Programme for Government," said deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.
"The appointment of Mott McDonald and their partners in the ICT is a red letter day in the overall development of the Casement Park project.
"The value of sport to society is immeasurable and the role of the GAA in community life is the bedrock of the association.
"I commend the GAA in Ulster, under the leadership of Provincial Director Dr. Danny Murphy and the Stadium Project Board under the chairmanship of Tom Daly, in bringing the redevelopment of casement park to this stage and I have no doubt that the design team will come up with some innovative solutions."