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Tata Steel’s Kalzip plays a key part in impressive Olympic architecture at Sochi
A key feature of the Winter Olympic Games at Sochi in Russia has been the brand new sporting stadiums covering ,m2 that have housed many of the main events.
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Tata Steel subsidiary Kalzip, the leading manufacturer of tailored metal building envelopes, was involved in the complex designs of two of the six arenas built at the Olympic Park — the Bolshoy Ice Dome and the Adler Skating Arena — as well as of the swan-neck construction of the Olympic flame on the Medals Plaza, delivering aluminium-profile panels for the iconic sporting event.
The sports complexes are in the Olympic Park on the Imeretinskaya lowland, surrounded by magnificent panoramas — the Caucasus Mountains on the one side and the Black Sea on the other. All the Kalzip sheets were manufactured on-site using state-of-the-art mobile roll-forming technology. The defining feature of the grey and white building is its transparent crystalline surface. The outer wall of the skating track features Kalzip 65 perforated and tapered sheets.
From the inside, this gives spectators an unobstructed view of the Olympic Park. A total of 11,m2 of Kalzip aluminium profiled sheets were used in its construction.
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Bolshoy Ice Dome Kapzip second complex is the Bolshoy Ice Dome, the design of which was inspired by a frozen drop of water. Its outer skin is made from composite panels pierced by LED lights to give it the changing colours of a chameleon.
Planned by MC Mortovik, the sophisticated building envelope of this domed structure was realised using a total of 22,m2 of Kalzip aluminium tapered and profiled sheets. The multi-purpose arena, which seats 12, is one of the most spectacular projects of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Olympic Flame The third project, the swan-neck construction on the circular Medals Plaza, soars 46 metres into the air.
Rising from the highest point of this monument is the Olympic flame. This central plaza, the circular architecture of which opens onto the six sporting venues, is the location for the medal ceremonies for medal winners at the Olympic Games.
The outer skin is made up of composite plates in RALwhich are fixed to the seams of the Kalzip profiled sheets using non-penetrating flange clamps. The roof of the starting point and other parts of the run are clad with 4,m2 of Kalzip 65 tapered and profiled sheets.