Instalações desportivas - Estádio Alvalade XXI

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Presentation by: Eng. Estrela da Cunha | Director in Alvalade XXI Stadium - Sporting.C.P.

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Instalações desportivas - Estádio Alvalade XXI

  1. 1. THE CLUB :
  2. 2. THE CLUBCLUB’S FOUNDATION : 19062006 :1 st CENTURYAFFILIATED MEMBERS : 87.131 ( 29/03/2011 )
  3. 3. THE CLUB22 DIFFERENT SPORTS (GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING,ATHLETICS, HANDBALL, BOXING,..)13 250 TITLES ( DURING FIRST CENTURY )6 000 ATHLETS104 OLYMPIC ATHLETS8 OLYMPIC GAMES MEDALS21 EUROPEAN CUPS18 FOOTBALL PORTUGUESE CHAMPIONSHIPS
  4. 4. 1998 : THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, DECIDES TO DEVELOP A STRUCTURAL PROJECT, PREPARINGTHE CLUB FOR NEW CENTURY
  5. 5. THE PROJECT :• To remove the two training pitches from Alvalade (near old stadium), to outside Lisbon• To build a Training Center in Alcochete ( inside a farm of 250 000 m2, 20 km south of Lisbon )• To build Alvalade XXI on the area of old training pitches ( new Stadium, Museum, Sports Building, etc. )• To demolish the old stadium and to sell this area for the construction of offices and home buildings
  6. 6. THE AIMS :• TO OFFER BETTER TRAINING CONDITIONS TO ATHLETS• TO GIVE THE BEST SECURITY AND COMFORT STANDARDS TO CUSTOMERS AND SPECTATORS• TO ATTRACT NEW CONSUMER TARGETS: CORPORATE AREA, FAMILIES ….• TO INCREASE SERVICES QUALITY• TO IMPROVE BUSINESS PROFITABILITY
  7. 7. THE NEW STADIUM
  8. 8. JANUARY 2001
  9. 9. OCTOBER 2001
  10. 10. FEBRUARY 2002
  11. 11. MAY 2002
  12. 12. MAY 2002 Sporting – Benfica 2- 1... and Sporting became the portuguesechampionship of 2001/2002 .
  13. 13. JULY 2002
  14. 14. SEPTEMBER 2002
  15. 15. SEPTEMBER 2002
  16. 16. JULY 2003
  17. 17. JOSÉ ALVALADE STADIUM• END OF CONSTRUCTION : JULY 2003• BUILDING TERM : 30 MONTHS• MANPOWER : 3 500 000 HOURS• AVERAGE DAILY NUMBER OF WORKERS : 367 ( with a peak of 844 )
  18. 18. JULY 2003
  19. 19. SOME CONSTRUCTION FIGURES• EXCAVATION VOLUME : 480 000 m3• CONCRETE VOLUME : 73 000 m3• STEEL : 7 300 ton• ROOF : 2 160 ton• MASTS HEIGHT : 60 m• STANDS AND PITCH : 30 000 m2• STAND’S ROWS : 27 km
  20. 20. JULY 2003
  21. 21. JOSÉ ALVALADE STADIUM• STADIUM CAPACITY : 50 049 – 163 SKYBOXS WITH 1541 SEATS – 1 968 BUSINESS SEATS – MAIN TRIBUNE : 100 SEATS – PRESS TRIBUNE WITH 199 SEATS – DISABLED: 50 PLACES
  22. 22. 6 th AUGUST 2003
  23. 23. JOSÉ ALVALADE STADIUMINAUGURAL CERIMONY : 6th AUGUST 2003 SPORTING – MANCHESTER UNITED 3 - 1
  24. 24. STADIUM TOUR
  25. 25. SPORTING MUSEUM MAIN OFFICE HEALTH CLUBMEDICAL CLINIC SPORTS BUILDING NORTH NORD ALVALÁXIA CENTRE COMMERCIAL FAMILY ENTERTAINEMENT CENTER
  26. 26. Level -2 & -1 – Parking Level - 2 1315 places
  27. 27. Level -2 – Locker Rooms Level - 2
  28. 28. Level 0 – Main Entrance Level - 2
  29. 29. Level 0 – Turnstiles (80)GATE 4 GATE 1 Level - 2GATE 3 GATE 2
  30. 30. Level 0 – Conference Room (248 places) Level - 2
  31. 31. (26) BarsLevel - 2
  32. 32. Level 2 west – business seats Level - 2 979 places
  33. 33. Piso 3 – Corporate Club Level - 2 (500m²)
  34. 34. Level 3 – skybox sponsor(14 sponsor skybox x 12 places = 168 places) Level - 2
  35. 35. Level 3 – tribune (100 places) Level - 2
  36. 36. Level 7Level - 2 Media Places
  37. 37. THE ARENA OF GREAT PERFORMANCES
  38. 38. IN THE FIRST EIGHT SEASONS : ( 2003 / 2004 UNTIL 2010 / 2011 )214 BIG EVENTS, including : 198 MATCHES OF SPORTING TEAM •38 matches in UEFA competitions •UEFA CUP FINAL 2004/2005 5 MATCHES OF EURO 2004 TOURNAMENT 4 MATCHES OF PORTUGUESE TEAM 4 CONCERTS – PHIL COLLINS, U2, ROLLING STONES, AC/DC5.647.496 SPECTATORS( 2011/03/25 )
  39. 39. INVESTMENT AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
  40. 40. INVESTMENT• STADIUM AND CAR PARKING 111.672.790 €• ACCESSIBILITIES 9.492.468 € _________________ 121.165.258 €
  41. 41. FINANCING SOURCES• STATE SUPPORT ( 20,2% OF INVESTMENT): – STADIUM AND PARKINGS: 17.907.917 € – ACCESSIBILITIES: 6.626.872 € __________________ TOTAL 24.534.789 €• REMAINING INVESTMENT : EQUITY CAPITAL + BANKING LOANS
  42. 42. FINANCING SOURCES• PORTUGUESE STATE SUPPORT :STADIUM CONSTRUCTION – CRITERIA : 25% OF SEAT REFERENCE COST – SEAT REFERENCE COST CONSIDERED : € 1 300 – 25% OF SRC : € 325 / SEAT – 50 455 SEATS X € 325 = € 16 397 875 – EFFECTIVE SEAT COST : € 1 600
  43. 43. STADIUM INVESTMENT SPLIT : Videoscreens ( 2 ) Telecomunic. and sound system Building automation system Electron. security systems Power generators ( 2 ) Electrical instal. and lighting Fire fighting system Elevators Mechanical inst. and air condit. Pitch Fittings and seats Roof Concrete structure and stands0 0 0 0 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00€ .0 .0 .0 .0 .0 .0 0. 0. 0. 0. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 .0 .0 .0 .0 .0 .0 Excavation2. 4. 6. 8. 10 12 14 16 18 20€ € € € € € € € € €
  44. 44. ESTRATÉGIA SEGUIDA NASEMPREITADAS DAS ESPECIALIDADES:– Empreitadas por áreas tecnologicamente homogéneas–Preços máximos garantidos–Solicitação de propostas alternativas ás dos cadernos deencargos ( visando soluções tecnológicas mais avançadas,menor investimento, menor custo de operação ou melhoradequação á operação )–Solicitação, em simultãneo, de propostas para a manutenção
  45. 45. STADIUM BUDGETINCOME: € 14 800 000 Corporate Sky Boxes : € 4. 801. 000 Founding Members and Sponsors : € 2 591 000 Seat Rights : € 699 000 Events : € 1.200 000 Advertising : 2.050.000 Stadium Rents : 3 150 000 Facilities Revenues : 450 000
  46. 46. OPERACIONAL COSTS: € 6.000.000 – EXTERNAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ( MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CONTRACTS, SAFETY AND SECURITY, HOSPITALITY, CLEANING SERVICES, ENERGY, WATER, COMMUNICATIONS, INSURANCES, ETC) – € 5.000.000 – PERSONNEL – € 1.000.000
  47. 47. OPERACIONAL COSTS Infrastr., & Gen. Maint.€ 1.200.000 Maintenance Personnel Electric. & Mech. Equip.€ 1.000.000 Other Tecnol. Equip. Telecom. Infrastr., Sound € 800.000 Pitch Maintenance Hospitality € 600.000 Season Tickets Electric. Gás, Water Operations Personnel € 400.000 Advertisem. Supports Cleaning Services € 200.000 Insurances Security Services €0 Others Maintenance Costs Production Costs
  48. 48. PARADIGMAS DO MODELO DE GESTÃO OPERACIONAL DO ESTÁDIO– Estrutura interna de gestão e de controlo daactividade–Outsourcing das actividades de especialidade :contratos de manutenção ( electromecânica, elevadores,tv’s, videoscreens, segurança electrónica, torniquetes,som e comunicações, cctv, bloqueadores de portas,cobertura, c. civil, relvados e espaços verdes ....) econtratos de segurança – estática e ARD’s, - limpeza,RSU’s, hospitalidade, catering, etc–Forte pendor da actividade preventiva ( planos demanutenção mensal e rotinas de antes evento )–Rigor na gestão – objectivo, a eficiência dos custos
  49. 49. ALGUNS DOS EQUIPAMENTOS TECNICOS INSTALADOS– 2 Postos de Seccionamento e de Transformação ( 10,3 MVA )– 264 quadros eléctricos, 7 400 luminárias, iluminação do relvado através de projectores de arranque a quente (168 x 2 000 W )– Central de produção de água gelada ( 7 / 12 º C ), com 5 chillers ar / água e uma potência de refrigeração de 6,5 MW– Central de produção de água quente ( 90 / 70 º C ), com 3 + 2 caldeiras de gás natural, num total de 6 MW de potência calorífica– 145 UTAs , com uma capacidade de renovação de ar de 520 000 m3/h– 14 elevadores– 2 Centrais de Segurança– Sistema de CCTV digital com 189 câmaras– 80 torniquetes e 20 readers– 2 videoscreens de 48 m2 cada um– 300 aparelhos de TV
  50. 50. SPM – Sporting Património e Marketing, SA Sistema de Gestão Técnica Centralizada
  51. 51. SPORTING ACADEMY – THE TRAINING CENTER
  52. 52. AND THE FUTURE BEGINS HERE .......
  53. 53. THE END

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