27 April 2021 - 29 April 202114:00 - 16:30 BST
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Knut has been responsible for numerous realized stadium projects so far, including stadiums for the Football World Cups in Brazil, South Korea, Germany and South Africa as well as sports venues for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. He has won significant awards for projects consisting of lightweight structures, buidling membranes, and retractable roofs.
Technical Director, Aurecon Australasia
Based in Aurecon’s Melbourne office, Mark has spent much of the last 25 years designing stadia throughout Asia. His award-winning projects include the home of cricket in Australia (the 100,000 seat MCG), and Wembley Stadium’s operable roof. He lists a career highlight as watching Marvel Stadium’s roof panel sections 168m long x 26m wide being fabricated on the ground then hoisted and rolled into position.
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This course demonstrates the similarities between stadium engineering and other types of design. It stresses the importance of the Class 3 structure review regulations and the critical compliance with stadium design guides.
The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the realisation of an ambitious vision for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, made possible by the response of the project team to the challenges this vision presented. Key to this has been the engineering innovation, particularly the contribution of structural engineering.
A presentation on the structural design of the award-winning stadium, including a look at the cable-net roof.
This white paper details learned from the 2019 international conference, "Iconic Global Structures".
Bob's address, "The Adventure of the Itinerant Engineer", uses the stories of Sherlock Holmes to illustrate his outlook on structural engineering.
Mike Cook leads a celebration of the life and work of Frei Otto.