The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 11 > Safety Issues in the Design of Sports Structures
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Safety Issues in the Design of Sports Structures

Sports stadia are being renewed, or built from scratch, all over the country as demand grows and grows for mass public sporting and other events. Football and pop concerts are big business requiring media coverage; the public demands greater comfort and safety than that afforded by a standing space; corporate ticket holders require ever more sophisticated facilities. And the regulators demand ever higher safety standards. Kathy Stansfield