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A new roof for the Olympic Stadium

The design and erection engineering behind the new innovative gravity-stressed cable-net roof over the London 2012 Olympic Stadium

The stadium was transformed and then reopened as a world-class multi-mode athletics and football venue. This talk from 2 July 2015 describes the work to deconstruct the original roof and strengthen the retained supporting structure.

A new roof for the Olympic Stadium

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