Geoplast top event and entertainment projects
7 July 2021
We can improve the sustainability of your entertainment projects and at the same time increase the profit and the speed of building. Big event venues, such as exhibition halls, amusement parks, and stadiums are complex engineering endeavors that must be built efficiently and sustainably in order to be profitable. Our products were designed for Sustainable Profitability and we have managed to build some of the most impressive ones:
The City of Arts and Sciences is composed of three thematic areas: art, science, and nature. Modulo was used for the construction of the building’s ventilated foundations at various heights, allowing the passage of MEP systems at the same time.
Expo 2020 was one of the largest building sites in 2019, divided into 3 districts: Opportunity, Mobility, and Sustainability. New Elevetor was used for the construction of all outdoor pedestrian paths and landscape surfaces, while also providing space for ancillary systems (irrigation, water disposal, and MEP).
MondoJuve was designed as one of the most innovative malls in Europe in terms of sustainability. New Elevetor Tank was used for the construction of the water storage system under the 4,000 space parking lot, allowing its reuse for irrigation and fire systems.
Legoland construction site had limited space, requiring the manual installation of the water storage tank. Geopanel was lightweight and could be installed with no machinery, proving to be the most efficient and profitable solution for the job.
Fisht Olympic Stadium was built for the 2014 Olympic games with a 40,000 people capacity. Geotub was used for the construction of round and oval columns in record time, while also allowing the creation of bright, open-plan interiors.
The holding of the famous Mille Miglia race at Parco Giardino Sigurtà implied finding the best possible way to protect its grassy fields from the passage of motor vehicles. Geoflor provided impeccable protection of the park’s green surfaces, passing versatility and endurance tests with flying colors.