A combination of Macalloy Tie rods / Tension Rods were used for the structure of this stadium, and Macalloy also offered site services to assist the construction of this stadium.
Macalloy tension rods are used to support the roof structure of the main stadium at Limerick Greyhound stadium. The tension bars are used as stays, anchored back to the main structure and suspending the roof providing a lightweight architectural finish with no columns to block race goers views.
The 2,500m2 4-storey grandstand and terraces has a capacity of 2900 and includes a 1,500m2 office building with new all-weather racetrack, kennel and ancillary blocks. The roof of the main stadium also supports the planar glazing.
Initially Macalloy gave advice on loadings, parallel stressing and installation. As always, Macalloy worked to the loadings and sequence that were supplied by Atkins, the Project Engineer. Macalloy’s Site Services Technician was involved with the stressing of 40 Macalloy tie rods used on the project.
Architect – Hamilton Architects
Contractor – John Sisk & Son Ltd
Civil and Structural Engineer – Atkins
Steel Contractor – Noel C. Duggan Engineering Ltd
Image supplied by Mike Cowhey
Australia 108, planned for construction at 70 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, Victoria, will be the first 100 storey residential apartment building in the southern hemisphere. Macalloy is providing a total of 203 tonnes of 1030 steel bar in 75mm fully threaded.
Work is well under way at the VTB Arena - also known as Dynamo Central Stadium. Macalloy have provided galvanised 520 Grade Tension Rods in M16, M85 and M100. Work is expected to be completed later on this year, ready to host FIFA 2018 World Cup. Macalloy is also supplying Tension Rods to 4 other Russian Stadiums/Arena's - again these venues will be hosting the 2018 World Cup.
Macalloy can provide support for installation and stressing of all our products. Site services support includes equipment hire, training of site personnel to install and tension bars and on site installation.