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Friday, 31 July 2020 02:08

The SergeFerrari Group announces the acquisition of Verseidag-Indutex thus strengthing its global leader position in Tensile Architecture and Modular Structures and becoming a key player in...

Small Fabric Structures

Wednesday, 08 July 2020 01:18

  Project Entry in LSAA 2011 Design Awards (Cat 7, 7400) Project entered by Tensys Engineers Aside from the images below, no further details have been entered to date.

Medium Fabric Structures

Tuesday, 07 July 2020 12:51

  This project was entered in the LSAA 2011 Design Awards (Cat 2, 2600) Entrant: Tensys Engineers Aside from the images below, no further details have been entered at this stage. This is a...

Large Fabric Structures

Sunday, 05 July 2020 13:23

  Entered in the LSAA 2007 Design Awards (Cat 3, 3003) Entrant: Taiyo Membrane Corp Client: Bureau of Meterology     Architect: Taiyo Membrane CorporationStructural Engineer:...

Spaceframes, Cablenets, Glazing

Sunday, 05 July 2020 12:54

  Entry in the LSAA 2007 Design Awards (Cat 4, 4113) Entrant: S2 Corporation Client: Boeing Australia Limited    Structural Engineer: S2 Corporation Pty LtdSpecialist...

Spaceframes, Cablenets, Glazing

Thursday, 02 July 2020 08:03

  Project: SG4 500m2 Big Dish Solar Concentrator Entrant: Solar Thermal Group - Designer / Fabricator Location: Garran Road - Acton Canberra ACTClient: ANU / Wizard PowerStruct. Eng.: ANU...

New Canopy Holds Up Adelaide’s International Tennis Position.

The internationally sanctioned men’s and women’s tennis tournament will be played under the centre courts new canopy – being designed by COX Architecture.
The canopy, which spans 80 metres in length and covers the two existing grandstands and court areas, was highlighted by Premier Steven Marshall as a decisive factor in Adelaide securing the high-profile sporting event and reinstates Memorial Drive as a world-class tennis venue.
Tennis Australia Chief Executive Office Craig Tiley believes ‘now that we’ve got the roof’ more high-profile tennis tournaments will be seen in Adelaide.
This new canopy adds to COX-led redevelopments made to the Memorial Drive tennis precinct in 2017.
The Anchor project added a new sunken outdoor show court, new match courts and a clay court centre of excellence.Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment David Ridgway said, ‘the newly developed precinct will allow fans to get up close to the action which will take the spectator experience to a whole new level.’
The Adelaide International is a week-long tournament held in January and will serve as a lead-in to the Australian Open.The canopy is currently under construction and will be completed in time for the 2020 tournament.
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