Some situations call for unique architectural solutions not found in many other projects.
Stadiums are large buildings where many people gather on a regular basis. Making sure there is enough seating room for the crowd is a challenge, especially since more seats usually means greater risk.
Geofoam stadium seating is a solution for engineers and designers who value precision, accuracy, and efficiency when it comes to their projects. Reliable and economical for the stadium environment, geofoam technology is becoming a very popular option.
Overcoming Challenges with Geofoam Stadium Seating
One of the main struggles architects face when designing stadiums is leveling the seating areas properly. The angle and elevation of each row must be precise in order to make sure all occupants can see the action, while also ensuring that the seating area is structurally sound.
Geofoam stadium seating overcomes these challenges by using a number of pre-cut blocks, which can be applied to flat surfaces. Once any adjustments are made (if necessary), the next block can be laid down so the process can be repeated.
Despite being highly compressed, geofoam materials are surprisingly lightweight. This makes them useful whether an existing stadium is being renovated, or a new facility is being built.
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