Current state of construction at the stadiums for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

Data from the Ministry of Sports, builders and the Court of Audits reveal the current state of the construction works of the stadiums that will be used at the Brazil World Cup 2014. Below is the list of costs, construction phase, estimated start and end times for each arena:

This information was taken from http://www.valor.com.br/brasil/2816756/confira-o-progresso-ate-agosto-das-obras-dos-estadios-para-copa-2014

Rio de Janeiro – Maracanã
Start of the construction: August 2010
Scheduled for completion: February 2013
Current stage: 62% completed
Initial estimated cost: R$ 705 million
Cost so far: R$ 808 million

Manaus – Amazon Arena
Start of construction: July 2010
Forecasted completion: June 2013
Current stage: 44% completed
Initial estimated cost: R$ 499,5 million
Cost so far: R$ 532 million

Cuiabá – Pantanal Arena
Start of construction works: April 2011
Forecast completion: December 2012
Current stage: 47% completed
Initial cost estimate: R$ 342 million
Cost so far: R$ 519 million

Porto Alegre – Beira Rio
Start of works: July 2010
Forecast completion: June 2013
Current stage: 33% completed
Initial estimated cost: R$ 150 million
Cost to date: R$ 330 million

Curitiba – Arena da Baixada
Start of works: October 2011
Forecast completion: June 2013
Current stage: 45% completed
Initial cost estimate: R$ 184 million
Cost so far: R$ 234 million

São Paulo – Estádio do Corinthians
Start of works: May 2011
Scheduled for completion: February 2013
Current stage: 48% completed
Initial Cost estimate: R$ 335 million
Cost so far: R$ 820 million

Belo Horizonte – Estádio Mineirão
Start of works: January 2010
Forecast completion: December 2012
Current stage: 78% completed
Initial cost estimate: R$ 666 million
Cost so far: R$ 695 million

Salvador – Arena Fonte Nova
Start of works: August 2010
Forecast completion: December 2012
Current stage: 70% completed
Initial Cost estimate: R$ 591 million
Cost so far: R$ 592 million

Recife – Pernambuco Arena
Start of works: October 2010
Forecast completion: July 2013
Current stage: 51% completed
Initial estimated cost: R$ 450 million
Cost to date: R$ 500 million

Natal – Arena das Dunas
Start of works: August 2011
Forecast completion: December 2013
Current stage: 30% completed
Initial estimated cost: R$ 350 million
Cost so far: R$ 417 million

Fortaleza – Estadio Castelão
Start of works: December 2010
Forecast completion: December 2012
Current stage: 87% completed
Initial cost estimate: R$ 617 million
Cost so far: R$ 519 million

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