Nomads Sports Club History

Bridge marks its 2nd Year

January 1, 2011  |    Share

“This is one of the most significant developments in Nomads through the leadership of Jonathan Thorp who served as President for that period.”

2011 marks the 2nd year of the Nomads Moonwalk Entrance built in 2009 and formally opened to members in April the same year. This bridge was built at a mere cost of PHP 2.6 Million and took 3 months to finish, with RGC Builders as the main contractor. With members stepping forward to assist pro-bono in things such as design concepts coming from Norman Boden, construction supervision handled by Brad Hannam and Faisal Khan and occasional expert advise coming from Steve ‘FC’ Arthur the club had a real win win.

This is one of the most significant developments in Nomads through the leadership of Jonathan Thorp who served as President for that period.

Members now enjoy an easier access to club from the Service Road or Moonwalk, with bigger parking spaces for guests during big tournaments such as The Manila 10s or the 6-A-Side Soccer International Tournament.

Most importantly, the club was able to achieve greater presence in the Merville area with its gated entrance, a signage and well-lit façade. No one can dispute the fact that with the construction of the bridge and Moonwalk entrance, Nomads’ image was significantly enhanced, especially from residents of the neighboring villages and motorists.

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