In Seventh Heaven surveying St James’ Park, home of NUFC!

As a follow on from my recent survey to produce a Schedule of Condition of the Millennium Stadium for the Rugby World Cup 2015, I had the great excitement of surveying St James’ Park, the home of my club Newcastle United. I’m a life long Newcastle fan so it was great to have an ‘access all areas’ remit for the survey. Fortunately, I had the chance to take a few pictures while I was there – for all you doubters, the sun does shine in Newcastle!

Lovely panoramic shot showing the whole stadium in all its glory.

Lovely panoramic shot showing the whole stadium in all its glory.

Bird's Eye view of the pitch.

Bird’s Eye view of the pitch.

An eye level view of the pitch. Seeing it from this angle really drives home how large it is.

An eye level view of the pitch. Seeing it from this angle really drives home how large the stadium is (52,405 seat capacity).

Not your standard stadium seating...

Not your standard stadium seating…

Ed Bartlett, director at Kycloud, showing the Kycloud software in use.

Ed Bartlett, director at Kykloud, showing the Kykloud software in use. For more details about the software itself, have a look at the Kykloud website.

The home team dressing room.

The home team dressing room.

Another view of the home dressing room.

Another view of the home dressing room.

The away team dressing room isn't quite as luxurious!

The away team dressing room isn’t quite as luxurious!

The press conference room.

The press conference room.

About Tony

Tony is an experienced building surveyor who joined Neil Mason Associates in 2014. He has spent the past 15 years project managing building projects both in the commercial and healthcare sectors. Tony's support of Newcastle United has added another angle to the office football rivalry, and when not arguing with colleagues over the merits of different clubs, he's closely involved in Northampton's music scene.

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