Global sports venue design
We know sports venue design and construction. We’ve worked on the vital infrastructure and facilities for some of the world’s biggest and most well-known sporting events and teams. These include the London 2012, Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020 and Los Angeles 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and Intuit Dome, the new home of the LA Clippers basketball team.
Our team starts with the end in mind, seeking to understand the desired legacy and impact of any stadium or sports venue project before working in partnership to plan, master plan, develop and build.
Sports venues and stadia have long played a crucial role in regeneration and neighborhood renewal, helping to break down barriers and act as a focal point for local communities to come together.
Our approach and master planning methodology involves the community from the very start to create a space that provides an extraordinary a fan and player experience on gamedays as it does a community asset on days off.
Today, new sports venues are rarely standalone buildings. Sports venue design has evolved to now include expanded urban open space and are visible symbols of a revitalization commitment and city progress.
Designing sustainable, resilient sports facilities that embrace diversity and inclusion and adopt the latest digital technologies is crucial to their success.
Take a look at some of the sports projects we've delivered for clients around the world.
See some of the global sports projects we've delivered for some of the world's greatest teams.
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We've won several awards for our global sports projects:
- Intuit Dome: Jury winner 'Unbuilt Sports and Recreation', Architizer A+ Awards 2022