The company behind the Olympic Stadium redevelopment and The Emirates are also involved.
Tottenham Hotspur fans are rightly becoming excited for the future as the club continue to progress in their move to a new stadium near to the current White Hart Lane site in North London.
Spurs have grand plans for their new home and are now free to begin moving forward with their plans for the 61,000 stadium which will also cater to NFL matches once built.
So who will build it?
According to Construction News the shortlist is now down to three.
The candidates in question are Brookfield Multiplex, Mace and Sir Robert McAlpine.
The former should sound familiar as they were the company behind the protracted build of the new Wembley Stadium.
Back in 2002, when named Multiplex, the company made headlines over the Wembley project and this would be their first major stadia build in the UK after being bought out by Brookfield Asset Management in 2007. Ironically, Tottenham could end up temporarily stationed at Wembley during the build.
Despite the Wembley worries the Australian company have a great record at building new stadia - including the redo of Stadium Australia in Sydney and are currently working on another stadium build in Perth.
Mace are the company currently behind converting the Olympic Stadium for West Ham - a stadium built by Sir Robert McAlpine - who are also behind the Emirates Stadium, O2 Arena, ExCel Centre and the original Wembley Stadium.