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1. The stadium as a building type
1.1 A venue for watching sport
1.2 History
1.3 Current requirements
2.3 Technology
2.4 Ergonomics and the environment
2.5 What future for the stadium?
3. Masterplanning
3.1 The need for a masterplan
3.2 Orientation
3.3 Zoning
3.4 Overlay
3.5 Security against terrorism
3.6 Conclusion
4. External planning
4.2 Transportation
4.3 Provision of parking
4.4 Stadium landscaping
5. Form and structure
5.1 The stadium as architecture
5.2 Structure and form
5.3 Materials
5.4 The playing surface
5.5 Foundations
5.6 Seating tiers
5.7 Concourses, stairs and ramps
5.8 Roof
6. Security and anti-terrorism measures
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The threats from terrorism
6.3 Authorities
6.4 Implications for management and operation
6.5 Responses by the design team
6.6 Conclusion
7. Activity area
7.1 Playing surfaces
7.2 Pitch dimensions, layout and boundaries
8. Sports and multi-purpose use
8.1 Introduction
8.2 National sports traditions
8.3 Financial viability
8.4 Catering for different sports
8.5 Catering for non-sports performances
9. Crowd control
9.1 General
9.2 Perimeter fences
9.3 Moats
9.4 Changes of level
10. Providing for disabled people
10.1 Equal treatment
10.3 Design process
11. Spectator viewing
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Ground capacity
11.3 Viewing distances
11.4 Viewing angles and sightlines
11.5 Obstructions to viewing
12. Spectator seating
12.1 Basic decisions
12.2 Seat types
12.3 Seat materials, finishes and colours
12.4 Choice
12.5 Dimensions
12.6 Seat fixings
12.7 Seating for spectators with disabilities
13. Private viewing and facilities
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Trends
13.3 Design
13.4 Multi-use
14. Circulation
14.1 Basic principles
14.2 Stadium layout
14.3 Access between Zone 5 and Zone 4
14.4 Access between Zone 4 and Zone 3
14.5 Overall design for inward movement
14.6 Overall design for outward movement
14.7 Elements
14.8 Facilities for people with disabilities
15. Food and beverage catering
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Automatic vending machines
15.3 Concessions
15.4 Bars
15.6 Luxury restaurants
16. Toilet provision
16.1 Toilet provision generally
16.2 Toilets for spectators
16.3 Scales of provision for spectator toilets
16.4 Location of spectator toilets
16.5 Detailed design
17. Retail sales and exhibitions
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Advance ticket sales
17.3 Programme sales
17.4 Gift and souvenir shops
17.5 Museums, visitor centres and stadium
18. The media
18.1 Basic planning
18.2 Outside facilities
18.3 Press facilities
18.4 Radio broadcast facilities
18.5 Television broadcast facilities
18.6 Reception, conference and interview rooms
18.7 Provision for disabled people
19. Administrative operations
19.1 Basic planning
19.2 Facilities for permanent management
19.4 Facilities for visitors
19.5 Provision for stewards
19.6 Facilities for police and security officials
19.7 Toilets
19.8 First-aid facilities for staff and spectators
19.9 Provision for disabled people
20. Facilities for players and officials
20.1 Basic planning
20.2 Players’ facilities
20.3 Team management facilities
20.4 Officials’ facilities
20.5 Medical examination facilities
20.6 Ancillary facilities
20.7 Provision for disabled people
21. Services
21.1 Lighting systems
21.2 Closed-circuit television systems
21.3 Sound systems
21.4 Heating and cooling systems
21.5 Fire detection and fighting systems
21.6 Water supply and drainage services
22. Maintenance
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Pitch maintenance
22.3 Stand maintenance
23. Operation and funding
23.1 Stadium finances
23.2 Capital costs
23.3 Operating costs
23.4 Income generation
23.5 Controlling costs and revenues
23.6 Conclusion
24. Sustainable design
24.1 What is sustainable design?
24.2 Environmental considerations
the environment
24.4 Energy use
24.5 Lighting
24.6 Water heating
24.7 Space heating
24.8 Ventilation and cooling
24.9 Life cycle cost analysis
24.10 The environment friendly stadium
25. Stadia and tourism
25.1 Introduction
25.2 Stadia and tourism
25.3 The stadium as an attraction
25.4 The wider potential
City of Manchester Stadium
Bibliography
Index of architects and engineers
Index of stadia and arenas
General index
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