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TEST COMEBACK Arup completes Lords stand revamp


Engineers Arup, alongside architects Populous and contractor BAM, have completed the redevelopment of the Warner Stand at the historic Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. The new stand was described as “a


triumph of design where the outcome is an absence of structure” as the seating tiers’ geometry was engineered to maximise the viewing experience without using transfer systems to resolve the misaligned structure. The stand is also equipped with a top-floor restaurant and bars on the lower tiers that will operate all year round. The design respects the existing buildings,


including the Grade II listed Pavilion, and continues Arup’s work at Lord’s after the consultancy provided engineering designs for the Grand Stand, Mound Stand and the Stirling Prize-winning Media Centre.


Will Whitby, lead structural engineer at


Arup, said: “Our work brings this historic sporting institution into the 21st century, whilst retaining the club’s heritage look and feel. The improved sightlines and upgraded hospitality features, combined with behind-the-scenes improvements to matchday facilities, have enhanced this famous cricket venue, ensuring the viewer experience now matches its reputation for world-class cricket.” The Warner Stand’s roof is made of


highly insulating semi-translucent material for “an elegant, ethereal feel” and to allow natural light in. The roof is supported by a tubular steelwork, which is itself supported on strong glulam American White Oak timbers to give the stand an identity. To match the client’s sustainability objec- tives, a zero fossil fuel solution has been


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chosen, including all-electric systems, PV roof panels, and an open loop ground- source heat pump for water heating. Philip Johnson, Populous senior principal


and project lead, said: “This is a very special moment for everyone at Populous and a privilege for the practice to add to the wonderful heritage of the ‘Home of Cricket’. Lord’s has a special place in the hearts of cricketers and fans, and this new stand will help cement its position as the finest cricket ground in the world.” Mike Donegan, construction director


for BAM, said: “Creating the new Warner Stand has been a very challenging pleasure for BAM. A colossal amount of work and care has gone into the construction. There is no doubt that the team here has produced something very special.”


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