In the following Q&A, we hear from Luca Girelli (LG), BU Manager ProGame at Trocellen, regarding the importance of integrating a top quality shock pad within a synthetic turf system to deliver a pitch capable of hosting international-level matches.
In the following Q&A, we hear from Phil Ross (PR), Sales Engineer at Oracle Hospitality – who is also one of the panellists for Session 10B ‘Fan Engagement, how to move fans off their sofas and into your venue!’ that will run on the last day of the Conference, Wednesday 28.
In the following Q&A, we hear from Todd Pierce (TP), Vice President – Asia-Pacific at Hussey Seating.
In the following Q&A, we hear from Thomas Hermeking (TH), Senior Sales Manager / Senior Proposals Manager, Business Unit Cable Structures, at PFEIFER Seil und Hebetechnik (PFEIFER).
The following is an interview with Neil Levett, Managing Director of Alad – owners of PanStadia & Arena Management magazine and Stadia & Arena Events – that was first published in the latest edition of BCCJ’s ACUMEN magazine. Levett discusses the importance of sustainable models for sports venues for major events such as the Rugby World Cup 2019 and Tokyo 2020…
Since its opening in October 2015, tens of thousands of visitors have attended events in the Zhuhai Hengqin International Tennis Centre in southern China. To mark the success of the project, ArchiCreation, a highly recognised professional architecture periodical in China, has released a book entitled ‘From Iconic to Professional: The Future of Sports Venue Development – Special Issue for Zhuhai Hengqin International Tennis Centre’.
In the following Q&A, William Allan, International Sales Director at Rhino-Turf, explains their turnkey service, including playing surface design and installation, shock pad installation and ongoing maintenance.
In the following Q&A, we hear from Steve Rickless, CEO at Tripleplay, about the importance of fan engagement and how their products are assisting sports venues in delivering an enhanced fan experience.
In the following Q&A, Andrew Cooke, Director of Security Operations at the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) – one of the industry experts taking part in the ‘Major event master planning – Part 1: Lessons learnt from previous iconic sporting events’ roundtable on Day 2 of the Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific 2016 conference – discusses the growing importance of safety and security at stadia and sporting events.
In the following Q&A, Bill Hanway, Global Sports Leader at AECOM, discusses how Rio is “on the cusp” of delivering a post-Games plan, which should allow the City to reap the same legacy benefits as those enjoyed by London following the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.