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Sea Eagles CEO Stephen Humphreys (left) with ADCO CEO Neil Harding (right).

Leading Australian construction company, ADCO Constructions, has been awarded the tender to build the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Centre of Excellence at Lottoland.

With work set to commence later this month, following the completion of the 2020 NRL Season, the highly anticipated $33.1M project is being jointly funded by NSW State Government, Australian Federal Government and the Sea Eagles.

The Centre of Excellence at the northern end of Lottoland will include:

  • A grandstand with 3000 seats all undercover, food and beverage outlets, as well as premium corporate hospitality facilities.
  • High performance gym, pool, training, medical and recovery facilities.
  • Administration and football offices.
  • Meeting and presentation rooms.
  • Multipurpose community and education facilities.
  • Facilities to support the rise of female sporting participation.

We are delighted with the appointment of ADCO Constructions as the head contractor for the Centre of Excellence project and we look forward to working together with the ADCO team.

Stephen Humphreys Manly Warringah Sea Eagles CEO

“It has been a long time coming, but it is very exciting for our Members, Corporate Partners and the whole Northern Beaches community to be now getting a brand new, world class facility that will serve the community for decades to come.

“We are very confident that further development of Lottoland is on the horizon and we look forward to future announcements in this regard, but for now at least, we are powering ahead with ADCO on this important stage of our development plan and we are very grateful for the wonderful support of our State and Federal Governments.”

Centre of Excellence and Northern Grandstand (Artist Impression Only)

ADCO CEO, Mr Neil Harding, says his team are “very pleased to be appointed and are looking forward to leading the development of such an important community asset for the Manly Sea Eagles and the Northern Beaches community.”

Community is at the heart of everything we do here at ADCO, so to be appointed to such an important community focused project and with an iconic organisation such as the Manly Sea Eagles, is something we are very proud of.

Neil Harding ADCO Constructions CEO

The northern end of Lottoland will be a construction site for the 2021 NRL Season, but will not prevent the Sea Eagles from continuing to play home games at Lottoland in 2021.

Construction is scheduled to be completed late next year with all new facilities launched and ready well in advance of NRL Season 2022 kick-off.

The Sea Eagles are now accepting expressions of interest for naming rights and other opportunities with the new development for season 2022 and beyond.

To express interest and to gain further information, please contact

As a separate project, but also commencing following the completion of the current 2020 NRL Season, the playing surface at Lottoland will undergo a complete upgrade.

The Sea Eagles will manage this project over the coming off-season period with the support of Northern Beaches Council.

The new playing surface will be in place and ready for the opening round of the 2021 NRL Season.

About ADCO Constructions

With nearly 50 years’ experience, ADCO is one of the oldest and most established construction companies in Australia. ADCO is Australian owned and hugely proud of their heritage.

Since 1972, ADCO has been steered by family values, trust and honesty. From day one, they have been committed to quality delivery, to their clients and their people. These foundations have built the ADCO legacy of over 3,500 projects valued in excess of $14 billion.

ADCO is proud to be one of the top 100 private companies in Australia.

Click here to learn more about ADCO Constructions.

Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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