• The Bowl, Douglas

    Client: Isle Of Man Government Department of Community
    Value: £2.8m
    Architect: Savage & Chadwick
    Completion: May 2011
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

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    The King George V Bowl in Douglas was re-developed to host the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games and thereafter provide a valuable sporting facility for the island. The re-development comprises a 3000 seat stadium with fabric canopy roofs and a floodlit artificial playing surface.

    The engineering aspects of the project included stabilisation and remediation of made ground, design of piled foundations and reinforced concrete substructure, design of precast terrace units, super-structure design, a review of the fabric canopy design, barrier design, and sub base and drainage to the artificial pitch.

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  • The Bowl, Douglas

    Client: Isle Of Man Government Department of Community
    Value: £2.8m
    Architect: Savage & Chadwick
    Completion: May 2011
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

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    The King George V Bowl in Douglas was re-developed to host the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games and thereafter provide a valuable sporting facility for the island. The re-development comprises a 3000 seat stadium with fabric canopy roofs and a floodlit artificial playing surface.

    The engineering aspects of the project included stabilisation and remediation of made ground, design of piled foundations and reinforced concrete substructure, design of precast terrace units, super-structure design, a review of the fabric canopy design, barrier design, and sub base and drainage to the artificial pitch.

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  • The Bowl, Douglas

    Client: Isle Of Man Government Department of Community
    Value: £2.8m
    Architect: Savage & Chadwick
    Completion: May 2011
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

    Read more…

    The King George V Bowl in Douglas was re-developed to host the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games and thereafter provide a valuable sporting facility for the island. The re-development comprises a 3000 seat stadium with fabric canopy roofs and a floodlit artificial playing surface.

    The engineering aspects of the project included stabilisation and remediation of made ground, design of piled foundations and reinforced concrete substructure, design of precast terrace units, super-structure design, a review of the fabric canopy design, barrier design, and sub base and drainage to the artificial pitch.

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