Work is progressing well at the National Indoor Arena in Dublin thanks to the tireless work of the HBJV Team.


Works in NITC  (National Indoor Tennis Centre) progress well with finishes and painting commenced and Mechanical & Electrical engineering on East and West blocks. The Sports Hall structural  floor is planned to commence mid May.

Meanwhile at the NIATC (National Indoor Athletics Training Centre), wall cladding has commenced after installation of 8 no 48t trusses. The indoor running track pit will be completed by the end of April in preparation for specialist Mondo sports flooring in May.

Steelwork has commenced at the NGTC  (National Gymnastics Training Centre) while accomodation block, café and changing block all remain on programme. The energy centre is now complete and awaits utilities connections. Also, siteworks are well advanced and main car parks have been completed.

When complete, the National Indoor Arena will be made up of:

  • National Indoor Athletics Training Centre – including 200m track; 60m sprint track; 110m sprint track; throw, jump and pole-vault areas; permanent seating for 400 spectators which can be increased to 1,900 for key events.
  • National Gymnastics Training Centre – catering for all gymnastics
  • National Indoor Training Centre – a multi-sport facility catering for over 20 sports in a variety of configurations; capable of being sub-divided into 3 separate areas; seating for 1,500 spectators
  • Covered synthetic pitches with ancillary changing, strength & conditioning facilities etc.

It is intended to phase the construction of the Arena, with completion of the Athletics, Gymnastics and multi-sport facilities scheduled for November 2016.