By Jack Cunningham

12th Oct, 2021 | 5:40pm

Dan Meis responds to footage from Everton of the Bramley-Moore Dock stadium

The architect of the Bramley-Moore Dock stadium, Dan Meis, has reacted to footage released by Everton showing work in progress.

Speaking on his Twitter account, Meis said, “Bluenami in the works!”. This followed on after the Toffees released some overhead footage of the development on their LinkedIn page, and it is clear that Meis is proud of what is happening.

The Toffees have started the process of infilling the water around the area with sand as the development moves along and gains momentum.

Proud moment for Meis.

Considering that the Toffees appointed Meis in 2016, it has been a long process to even get to this point, but things are happening now [Architects’ Journal].

The new stadium looks like it will be incredible and is due to open in 2024 [New Civil Engineer].

So, there is still a long way to go yet, but certainly, there is excitement in the air as the Toffees continue to build and make progress.

It must be such a proud moment for Meis to see his creation begin to take shape, and we are sure that many Evertonians will be excited by this footage as the stadium begins to come to life.

It has been a long time coming for the Toffees, but it is brilliant to see the work is underway and moving forward.

We can imagine that the admin of the club’s official social media accounts is going to have a lot of fun with this sort of content over the next few years, and it will be fascinating to watch the stadium slowly grow and develop over time.

Clearly, Meis is pleased, and why shouldn’t he be?

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