Location:

Glasgow, Scotland

Client:

Glasgow Council

Main Contractor:

Sir Robert McAlpine

Engineer:

Halcrow Yolles

Architect:

3D Ried

Tonnage:

3,290

Completion Date:

05/12/2011


Overview:

The NISA (National Indoor Sports Arena) and Scotland's first indoor Velodrome (Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome) are both located near Celtic Park on the 2014 Commonwealth Games Athletes' site in Glasgow.

The indoor arena has 5,000 seats for sporting competitions, whilst the Velodrome seats 2,000 and has room for a further 500 standing spectators.

The project completed in 2012 and is one of the largest indoor sports venues in Europe to date.

Severfield provided the fabrication and erection of approximately 3,300 tonnes of structural steelwork utilised in this project, of which 500 tonnes are coated with a 60 minute fire protection paint.

The facility hosted the badminton and cycling events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.


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