New glass front for £26 m Birmingham NIA facelift

With its gleaming glass frontage and eye-catching curves, this spectacular artist’s impression shows how Birmingham’s National Indoor Arena will look after a £26 million revamp.

An artist’s impression of how the redeveloped National Indoor Arena will look with the sky needles protruding from the roofWork on the development is due to start this month after the appointment of project contractor BAM Construction Ltd.And the transformation will see the venue fitted with a new doubled-glazed glass frontage and feature three giant ‘sky needles’ emerging from its roof so it can be seen from across the city.Almost 63,800 sq ft of new space will be created inside the building to allow for additional food and drink outlets as well as merchandising space.New unisex toilets which are to cater for the demographic of the audience will also be added.

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