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Sochi / Russia

Bobsleigh Complex

Sport venues: 2014 Winter Games

The winter games starting February 7, 2014 in Sochi were the result of years of preparation – not only for the athletes, but also for the construction industry. The membrane’s producer supplied over 500,000 m² of synthetic waterproofing membranes, more than 100,000 m² flooring products and many other products for the construction of stadiums, roads, train stations, airport, bridges, tunnels and hotel complexes to make Sochi ready for 2014 Winter Games. Eight employees in Russia were specifically assigned to directly support with their expertise the numerous projects which needed to be built or refurbished for this major sport event. To hold the Games, three categories of facilities needed to be ready: sport venues, transport infrastructure and non-residential buildings for hospitality

Project Description

The 1,814-meter-long Sochi track was built in 2013 and is so far the longest ever in the world for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton. After the Games, the complex was opened to tourists, for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton in winter and, for cycling and roller-skating in summer.

Facts and Solutions

PVC (Polyvinylchlorid) membrane for waterproofing

Project Participants

Architect: SIC Mostovic
Engineer: SIC Mostovic, InforceProject
Contractor: SIC Mostovic

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