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050  4 GV413.J64 2013 
082 0  725.827 
100 1  John, Geraint 
245 10 Stadia :|bThe Populous Design and Development Guide 
250    5th ed 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (441 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Table Of Contents -- Foreword -- Preface And 
       Acknowledgements -- Picture Credits -- 1. The Stadium As A
       Building Type -- 1.1 A Venue For Watching Sport -- 1.2 
       History -- 1.3 Current Requirements -- 2. The Future -- 
       2.1 The Importance Of The Stadium As A Building Type -- 
       2.2 Economics Of Stadia -- 2.3 Stadium Technology -- 2.4 
       Ergonomics And The Environment -- 2.5 What Is The Future 
       For The Stadium? -- 3. Masterplanning -- 3.1 The Need For 
       A Masterplan At All Sports Grounds -- 3.2 Orientation Of 
       Play -- 3.3 Zoning Of The Venue -- 3.4 Event Overlay - 
       What Needs To Be Added To Hold The Event -- 3.5 Security 
       Against Terrorism -- 3.6 Stadia In The City -- 4. External
       Planning -- 4.1 Location -- 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 -- 10.2 Sources Of
       Information -- 10.3 Design Process -- 11. Spectator 
       Viewing -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Ground Capacity -- 
       11.3 Viewing Distances 
505 8  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 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 -- 15.5 Self-Service 
       Cafeterias, Food Courts And Restaurants -- 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 Tours -- 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 -- 19.3 Facilities For
       Temporary Events Management -- 19.4 Facilities For 
       Visitors -- 19.5 Provision For Stewards -- 19.6 Facilities
       For Police And Security Officials -- 19.7 Toilets 
505 8  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 Power Supply 
       And Event Continuation -- 21.7 Water Supply And Drainage 
       Services -- 21.8 Information Technology -- 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 Re-Use -- 24.3
       Reduce -- 24.4 Recycle -- 24.5 Planting And Green Roofs --
       24.6 Certification -- 24.7 Future Technologies -- 25. 
       Brand Activation -- 25.1 Maximising Revenue -- 25.2 Time, 
       Not Space -- 25.3 Brand Activation Through Integration: 
       The Fan Experience -- 25.4 Marrying Team Brand With 
       Commercial Identities -- 25.5 The Process -- Appendix 1: 
       Stadia Briefing Guide -- Appendix 2: Video Screens And 
       Electronic Scoreboards -- Appendix 3: Case Studies -- 01. 
       Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany -- 02. Amsterdam Arena, 
       Amsterdam, Netherlands -- 03. Anz Stadium, Sydney, 
       Australia -- 04. Arizona Cardinals Stadium, Phoenix, Usa -
       - 05. Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Uk -- 06. Astana Stadium, 
       Astana, Kazakhstan -- 07. At&T Park, San Francisco, Usa --
       08. Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland -- 09. Braga Municipal 
       Stadium, Braga, Portugal -- 10. Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, 
       Usa 
505 8  11. Donbass Arena, Donetsk, Ukraine -- 12. Emirates 
       Stadium, London, Uk -- 13. Forsyth-Barr Stadium, Dunedin, 
       New Zealand -- 14. Greenpoint Stadium, Cape Town, South 
       Africa -- 15. Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Usa -- 16. Marlins 
       Park, Miami, Usa -- 17. Melbourne Cricket Ground, 
       Melbourne, Australia -- 18. Telstra Dome, Melbourne, 
       Australia -- 19. Nanjing Sports Park, Nanjing, China -- 
       20. Oita Stadium, Oita, Japan -- 21. Olympic Stadium, 
       London, Uk -- 22. The Oval, London, Uk -- 23. Reliant 
       Stadium, Houston, Usa -- 24. Salzburg Stadium, Salzburg, 
       Austria -- 25. Soccer City, Johannesburg, South Africa -- 
       26. Soldier Field, Chicago, Usa -- 27. Stade De France, 
       Paris, France -- 28. Stattegg Sports And Leisure Facility,
       Graz, Austria -- 29. Wembley Stadium, London, Uk -- 30. 
       Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand -- 31. Wimbledon 
       Aeltc: Centre Court, London, Uk -- Bibliography -- Index 
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