The Champions League Final was being staged on the 3rd June, with billions of people across the world watching the match. It meant that Principality Stadium had to remove more than 5,000 seats to make way for TV cameras and commentary boxes for press from around the globe.
And on 21st June, Robbie Williams was performing a sell-out concert in the same stadium and all of the seats had to be put back in their right places. So, over 5,000 seats needed to be taken down, stored and then put back in the exact same order…what would your plan be?
Masons Moving Group, with resources pulled in from across the group, helped with the move, which was rolled out in three phases, the first two of which took over two weeks to complete, and included the provision of over 30 van loads, and the packing of over 100 storage containers with the application of 50 trained staff.
Along with the signage, all seats were stored for a six-week period.