The construction of a stadium is a key step towards a sporting success, according to new research.
It comes after the International Olympic Committee awarded the 2024 Summer Olympics in Tokyo the largest construction contract in the history of sports construction.
The IOC awarded the contract for the construction of the Tokyo Dome, a 42-meter (136-foot) high, 360-meter-wide (1,076-foot-tall) arena to Japan’s Mitsui Steel and Engineering Corporation (MSE) on June 27.
The construction of Tokyo Dome is expected to cost $2.5 billion and is expected begin in 2022, according the contract.
It is the biggest construction contract awarded to any sporting event in history.
The stadium will seat approximately 4,400 people.
It will also be home to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and a new international stadium in 2022.
The new stadium will be constructed in conjunction with the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC).
It will be the third Olympic Games stadium in the country.MSE has also built a new stadium for the 2020 Asian Games, in Tokyo.
This new stadium is the second in the Asian Games and will host a new Asian Games in 2020.
The project is being financed by the Tokyo Olympic Committee, the Japanese government, Mitsui and the Mitsui Group, which also owns a stake in the Japanese Football Association (JFA).
The Japanese government will be providing financial support.
The Japanese media have reported that Mitsui will receive a 10 percent stake in all costs of construction.
“The stadium is going to be the first Olympic Stadium in Asia, the first Japanese Stadium in a new market and it is going with a new design,” said Yutaka Shimizu, chairman of Mitsui Construction.
“We will work closely with the JOC, the JFIA and Mitsui to develop the stadium and design it to meet the needs of the athletes and the fans.”
The stadium design has already been presented to the IOC and was selected as the first stadium for Tokyo 2020.
It was awarded in October 2015, and the construction has begun.
The contract is expected for completion by 2020.
The construction will be held up until 2020, when the IOC can decide whether the venue is approved.
The IOC will then issue an official approval to begin construction, but the Japanese Ministry of Culture and Tourism has said that the venue will not be built until 2021.