Projects: Sports & Leisure

  • New Wembley Stadium

    • New Wembley Stadium
      New Wembley Stadium New Wembley Stadium
      New Wembley Stadium New Wembley Stadium
      Client WNSL
      Type of work: External stainless steel balustrades and Internal bowl metalwork
      Main Contractor: Multiplex Construction (UK) Ltd
      Architect: World Stadium Team

      The construction of the New Wembley Stadium and its unique architecture can be considered as a highlight of sporting venues in Great Britain.

      CMF Ltd designed, manufactured and installed both the internal and external metalwork packages. The internal metalwork comprises galvanised mild steel balustrades and handrails to the main stadium bowl, pitch invasion barriers, disabled platforms and removable vomitory stairs.

      Around the external perimeter of the stadium we designed, manufactured and installed stainless steel and galvanised mild steel balustrades and handrails to the concourse area, and also the bespoke stainless steel balustrades and handrails to the VIP staircase at the main entrance of the stadium.

  • Lord's Cicket Ground

    • Lord's Cicket Ground
      Lord's Cicket Ground Lord's Cicket Ground
      Lord's Cicket Ground Lord's Cicket Ground
      Client Marylebone Cricket Club
      Type of work: Steel roof structure supported by fabricated ‘V’ profile beams, with front and rear tensioned rods. Including perforated soffits, roof decking and motorised sunscreens.
      Main Contractor: Heery International
      Architect: Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners

      The Lords Cricket Ground is a focal point for the hosting of national and international cricketing events and tournaments. The construction of the main grandstand significantly adds to the capacity and quality of seating for fans.

      CMF's scope of works included the manufacture and installation of the main grandstand roof. The 100m long roof is supported by fabricated 'V' profile beams, with front and rear tension rods. Our works also included perforated soffits, roof decking and motorised sunscreens.

       

       

  • Epsom Racecourse - Queen's Grandstand

    • Epsom Racecourse - Queen's Grandstand
      Epsom Racecourse - Queen's Grandstand Epsom Racecourse - Queen's Grandstand
      Epsom Racecourse - Queen's Grandstand
      Client Epsom Racecourse
      Type of work: Architectural Metalwork
      Main Contractor: Willett Construction
      Architect: Richard Horden Associates

      The Queen's Stand is the most exclusive area at Epsom Downs Racecourse. Situated opposite the winning post, it has the best views and facilities on the course.

      CMF Ltd are responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of the architectural metalwork package including bespoke extruded aluminium balcony balustrades with cladding panels. Also the structura glass balustrades to the VIP balconies overlooking the winning enclosure, and two painted aluminium flagpole mast structures protruding over the top of the building.

  • The O2 Arena

    • The O2 Arena
      The O2 Arena The O2 Arena
      The O2 Arena The O2 Arena
      Client Anschutz Entertainment Group
      Type of work: Architectural Metalwork
      Main Contractor: Sir Robert McAlpine
      Architect: HOK

      The O2 Arena has become a highly successful and attractive events venue since it's redevelopment from being the Millennium Dome.

      CMF completed the design, fabrication and installation of the architectural and general metalwork packages, including the painted mild steel feature entrance staircase structures to the main arena, and the Premier club and O2 Lounge stairs and walkways.

  • Wimbledon Tennis Club

    • Wimbledon Tennis Club
      Wimbledon Tennis Club Wimbledon Tennis Club
      Wimbledon Tennis Club Wimbledon Tennis Club
      Client The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
      Type of work: Architectural Metalwork
      Main Contractor: Galliford Try
      Architect:

      Wimbledon is the much-loved and internationally renowned home of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. The venue hosts the most prestigious tennis tournament on the circuit, seen by millions around the world. To maintain its leadership into the twenty-first century, a long term plan was drawn up to improve the quality of the facilities for spectators, players, officials and neighbours.

      Stage one of the Plan involved building the new No. 1 Court, a Broadcast Centre, two extra grass courts and a tunnel under the hill linking Church Road and Somerset Road.

      CMF were responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of the architectural metalwork package, including the painted mild steel balustrades surrounding Court No.1. Also the balconies, brise soleil and solar shading surrounding the court, all painted in a high quality green paint finish in-keeping with the colours and aesthetics of the club.

  • The Anvil Theatre

    • The Anvil Theatre
      The Anvil Theatre The Anvil Theatre
      Client Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
      Type of work: Structural Steelwork and Architectural Metalwork
      Main Contractor: Dean & Dyball Construction Limited
      Architect: RHWL Partnership

      The Anvil Theatre in Basingstoke is nicknamed as such because of the striking angular design of the front structure over the entrance to the building.

      CMF were responsible for the manufacture and installation of the heavy structural steelwork frame supporting the over-hanging design.

      We also designed, manufactured and installed the architectural metalwork package inside the theatre including the painted mild steel barriers and handrails to the edges of the seating areas at each balcony level.

 


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