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News » International » Spanish stadium to get new roof » published 25 May 2017

Spanish stadium to get new roof

An engineering contract has been awarded in preparation for replacement of the roof of a Spanish stadium that was a venue for the 1982 FIFA World Cup.

Refurbishment of the Balaídos Stadium in Vigo includes the replacement of the existing roof with a new one.

Consultant FHECOR has been appointed to study the effect of the new roof on the existing structure of the Río Stand. This part of the stadium was built in 1981 after that the city of Vigo was selected as a venue for the 1982 World Cup.

The existing roof is a three-dimensional steel truss supported every 8.4m on two concrete columns located at the upper level of the frame structure of the stand. It will be replaced with a spatial steel structure, which will support a new architectural skin that will cover the new roof as well as the façade.

The change in roof layout involves a modification of the internal forces acting on the existing structure, which may require reinforcement.

 

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This article was published on 25 May 2017 (last updated on 25 May 2017).

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