New Cow Coliseum Ready For 2016 Canadian Dairy XPO

The 2016 Canadian Dairy XPO will feature a new Cow Coliseum at the south end of Stratford Rotary Park

They’ve built it, now it’s time to come.

Construction is wrapping up on the 6,000 square foot WeCover Cow Coliseum.

Construction is wrapping up on the 6,000 square foot WeCover Cow Coliseum.

With the 2016 Canadian Dairy XPO just two weeks away, show organizers are getting ready to unveil the new WeCover Cow Coliseum and pedestrian bridge that will connect the building to the Stratford Rotary Complex.

The steel bridge will carry the more than 15,000 visitors expected to visit the April 6 and 7 dairy show over a municipal storm water pond to the Cow Coliseum located at the south end of the complex. The 100-foot long pedestrian bridge, which connects the Complex and the eight main trade halls to the Cow Coliseum, features a wood deck and is ramped at both ends for full wheel chair and stroller access.

The new pedestrian bridge at the CDX swings into position.

The new pedestrian bridge at the CDX swings into position.

Cow Coliseum will be 6,000 square feet larger than the previous space. The added real estate will play an important role in accommodating current exhibitors as well as a growing number of international companies that will be attending CDX in 2016, explains CDX General Manager Jordon Underhill.

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