Rangers have released updated images of the New Edmiston House project as supporters begin to see tangible progress in terms of the structure’s build.
The foundations have been set for the special building which will include a Rangers Store, café, events hall and perhaps most excitedly, an official Rangers museum.
🏗️ We are proud to share the latest update on the New Edmiston House multi-purpose development, which is set to open in 2022.
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With construction set to be completed next year – in time for the Ibrox club’s 150th anniversary – Rangers fans have been treated to a sneak peak of the progress behind the scenes. View it HERE.
“Braving the occasionally inhospitable Glasgow weather, the team have been forging forward making great progress on site in recent weeks, as any passer-by will have noticed,” said David Pyatt, the general manager for New Edmiston House.
“With groundworks now completed, focus has now shifted to the steel structure of the development, as the true scale of New Edmiston House begins to emerge.
“Over the coming weeks and months, we look forward to sharing further updates as these various elements start to take shape.”
New Edmiston House the “signature project” of 150th anniversary celebrations
The project has been described by Rangers as the “signature project” of the club’s 150th anniversary celebrations and for them this demonstrates “the club’s commitment to investing in the next 150 years”.
There has been visible progress made with the construction and fans are excited about the prospect of enjoying a club museum in the years to come.
Rangers fans are also being invited to purchase Official Supporter Packages for the construction which will aid in sharing the cost of the multi-million-pound development.
Supporters who purchase the packages will have their names inscribed on the supporters’ wall in the Rangers museum, an official Edmiston house model and welcome pack and the opportunity to be amongst the first to visit the new museum, amongst other incentives.
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