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  1. 1. PROJECT PROFILE INTRODUCTION TYPE : Football Stadium LOCATION : Near ernakulam bus stand , Ernaku- lam, India SITE AREA : 32375m/8 acres CLIENT : Greater Cochin Development Authority (G.C.D.A.) SCOPE OF THE PROJECT •To develop a stadium in cochin that will be of international standards & Associated Facilities •To create an Ground For Local teams to prac- tice and hold tournaments so that there may be competition OBJECTIVE •To redevelop the current ruined stadium into one that can provide the required facilities for the training and day to day maintenance of a squad of players who may be able to compete at the national and on international level •To provide an arena for the development of sports in the ernakulam district •To provide oppurtunities for the younger genera- tion of players to showcase their skills and be no- ticed PROJECT BRIEF •To develop a stadium of international stand- ards that can host national events •It should have facilities to accomodate the trai- ing of a team •The facility should be able to reaccomodate the present shop keepers inside it •To enhance the quality of life of those living in the area, ensure that the stadium is integrated into the day-to-day life of its community and thus provide additional financial stability for the facility JUSTIFICATION •Ambedkar Stadium near KSRTC Bus station is owned by GCDA. •The Stadium and the ground are now in a bad condition owing to water logging and related is- sues. •The 8 acre land in the heart of the city is lying as a no mans land now . •It is in this circumstance GCDA decided to re- build the stadium and develop the foot ball ground to international quality. •Helps in promoting Local And National Econo- my through the promotion of both national and international tournaments CASE STUDIES •Al Rashid Stadium,Al Nahda 2, Dubai, UAE •Al Shaab Stadium,Al Riqqa, Sharjah, UAE •Thrissur Muncipal Corporation Stadium, Thrissur, India Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK
  2. 2. CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM AL QIYADAH STATION DUBAI POLICE HEADQUARTERS STADIUM METRO STATION AL AHLI SPORTS CLUB LULU HYPERMARKET DUBAI SCHOLARS PRIVATE SCHOOL AL MULLA PLAZA Type: Football stadium Location: Al Nahda 2, Dubai,UAE Area: 230275.98m2 Year of completion:1948 Name Of Club: Al Ahli Sports Club •Rashid Stadium (also called Al- Ahli Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. •It is currently used mostly for football & Rugby matches. •The stadium holds 12,000 peo- ple. •It is the official ground of Al Ahli Club Dubai. •It is located right next to the Stadium metro station which is named after it. this provides easy for people all over dubai to reach the stadium avoiding traf- fic and preventing the need for excess of parking Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK Metro Line Main Road AL MAREEF PRIVATE SCHOOL DUBAI U.A.E.
  3. 3. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM LINKAGES •The airport is a 9 minute drive away from the stadium and the metro also provides a connec- tion to it making transit both do- mestic and international an easy task •There are several bus routes that come to the stadium as well as the metro also makes it easy for people who already live in dubai to make their way to the stadium in relative ease and comfort •There are several hotels in the immediate vicinity of the stadi- um which can be of great ben- efit for visiting teams and officials and provides an added advan- tage in the rare occassion that spectators fly in to see a match •There is no shortage of medical facilities close to the sports com- plex and thus it is easy to access for injured players or spectators if the doctors facility in the sta- dium itself isnt enough DISTANCE TO AIRPORT PROXIMITY OF HOTELS TO THE STADIUM PROXIMITY OF HOSPITALS TO THE STADIUMTRANSIT ROUTES IN THE STADIUM’S VICINITY
  4. 4. Al-Rashid Stadium Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM MASTER PLAN Name Of Club: Al Ahli Sports Club Location: Al Nahda 2, Dubai,UAE Area: 230275.98m2 • Al Ahli Club‎is a United Arab Emirates professional association football club based in Dubai. The club is abbreviated as A.C. •Al Ahli is one of the most suc- cessful clubs in the UAE. •Al Ahli, literally translating to “national” in Arabic, was estab- lished in 1970, when three local teams joined together to form the club. •The club won three UAE Ara- bian Gulf League titles in the ‘70s and won its fourth in 2006, fifth in 2009 and sixth in 2014. •The sports club has amongst other features •1 stadium •6 grounds •academy building •football school •indoor stadium •a store for selling merchandise • a hotel/ residential building
  5. 5. •The plan is zoned out that the home team’s facilities are towards the south side and all the other facilities are towards the the northern side of the stadium •There are 2 separate entrances for the teams into the pitch •The V.I.Ps ,players and the press have separate entrances Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM PRESS CONFERENCE AREA GYM DOCTOR’S ROOM COACH’S ROOM PHYSIOTHERAPY SUBSTITUTE’S AREA AWAY TEAM ROOM TOWARDS PITCH HOME TEAM ROOM PLUNGE POOL CONFERENCE ROOM REFEREE’S ROOM MEETING AREA
  6. 6. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM ANALYSIS •There is no shade provided for the reg- ular galleries •The shade doesnt provide much shade during the day for people in the galler- ies under the VIP area either. •There is not enough parking space for the stadium. VVIP PAVILLION COMMENTATOR BOOTH VIP SEATING SOUND SYSTEM / SCORE BOARD CNTRL STUDIO
  7. 7. FACILITIES CROWD CONTROL The are 8 entry/exits from the stadium one of which has an ambulance that allows for swift transport of any people who are injured dur- ing the games to the nearest medical facility DISABILITY The stadium is accessible for the physically hadicapped but the galleries are not thus they are only allowed the seats that are the closest to the pitch SPECTATOR VIEWS The design is made with no obstuction for the viewing of the match and being anywhere on the stands provides very good views of the pitch with the most distance being 150m from one end of the pitch to the last seat on the other end of the pitch SPECTATOR SEATING The seating is arranged in 11 steps in the reg- ular galleries and 21 steps near the VIP gallery with 1 step in between each level PRIVATE VIEWING VVIP seating has been provided for the vari- ous officials and digniaries that may come for the matches these boxes are air conditioned and provided with comfortable seats that give the experience of viewing the game as though inside of a theatre and is equipped with a private toilet and TV the views from these are the best possible in the stadium RETAIL SALES Retail sales arent done inside the stadium rather they’re carried out in the store that is located a little away from it CIRCULATION The circulation is planned in such a way that there is adequate separation between • visitors • players • VIPS •Administration and the staff •Journalists with each of them having their own entries into the stadium that doesnt over lap with any of the others at any point ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS These are all located in the 2 storey admin building located to the northwest side of the stadium FACILITIES FOR PLAYERS AND OFFICIALS There are facilities in the stadium to accomo- date upto 4 teams •the home team •the away team •reserve team 1 •reserve team 2 The home team’s changing areas are the most well equipped of the 4 with facilities such as 2 plunge pools a hot tub and a sau- na being present as well as areas for massag- es LIGHTING The pitch is lit with 4 flood light towers that supply ample amount of illumination during the matches that happen during the eve- nings and night time WATER SUPPLY AND DRAINAGE The grass on the pitch is watered with sprin- klers that are located at the 4 corners of the pitch Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 1 : AL RASHID STADIUM
  8. 8. Location: Thrissur Kerala India Area: 11910 m2 Type: Foot Ball Stadium With Athletic Track Team: Kerala Blasters •Thrissur Municipal Corporation Stadium is football stadium owned by Thrissur Munici- pal Corporation. •Situated in Thrissur city, it is also known as Palace Stadium because it is located adja- cent to the shakthan thampuran palace. •It is one of the oldest stadiums in Kerala, India and have a capacity to hold 10,000 people. •The stadium was the home ground for in- ternational footballers like I.M.Vijayan (For- mer Indian Captain), Jo Paul Ancheri etc. •Recently the stadium is under renovation, and is being lifted to international stand- ards. •The stadium has the first synthetic football turf in Kerala state •The stadium has the first synthetic football turf in Kerala state, and the only football field in India to currently have a FIFA 2 star certification •The turf was imported from FieldTurf, USA and was installed by Great Sports Infra Pvt Ltd. • The stadium was renovated by Govern- ment of Kerala for the upcoming National Games of India 2015. •The football turf has an approximate area of 7,150 square metres. •The renovated stadium is meant to have eight-lane synthetic track surrounding the synthetic football ground INDOOR STADIUM CASE STUDY 2: Thrissur Muncipal Corporation Stadium ASWINI HOSPITAL SUB STATION AQUATICS COMPLEX CO OPERATIVE HOSPITAL VIVEKODAYAM SCHOOL VADAKKUMNATHAN TEMPLE NEHRU PARK ASOKESHWARAM SIVA TEMPLE SAKTHAN THAMPURAN PALACE SAKTHAN THAMPURAN PRIVATE BUS STAND Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK Main Road INDIA KERALA THRISSUR
  9. 9. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 2: Thrissur Muncipal Corporation Stadium LINKAGES •The nearest airport is a 56 minute drive away from the site •The shakthan thampuran stand is located quite close to the stadium and this allows for easy transport for those who wish to come to the sta- dium as well as leave it also there is an auto rick- shaw stand close by as well •There are several hospitals in the immediate vi- cinity which will be quite beneficial if there is a situation where the doctor in the stadium cant handle the injury or emergency •There are several hotels close by that can be used to accomodate the visiting teams in lieu of having actual quarters for the visiting teams DISTANCE TO AIRPORT PROXIMITY OF HOTELS TO THE STADIUM PROXIMITY OF HOSPITALS TO THE STADIUM TRANSIT ROUTES IN THE STADIUM’S VICINITY
  10. 10. FACILITIES CROWD CONTROL there are 4 gates provided for the visitors to the stadium 3 gates for public entry and the 4th is a VIP entry and a wall has been constructed with wire mesh that separates the viewers from the players DISABILITY no considerations have been given for the disa- bled SPECTATOR VIEWS the spectators have clear views of the pitch and as such are able to view the game without diffi- culty or obstruction SPECTATOR SEATING the regular gallery has 8 steps and has no chairs on it at all and there is no shade provided what so ever for the people throughout the stadium despite it being renaovated recently for the na- tional games PRIVATE VIEWING there are air conditioned VIP viewing facilities in the 1st floor of the pavilion but the views are terri- ble unless the person is in the first row there are also viewing facilities provided on the outside of the pavilion but these have no shade what so ever provided though they are meant for VIPs CIRCULATION though there has been consideration for the spectators and the VIPS there has been almost no consideration for the players who visit the stadium FOOD AND BEVERAGE CATERING there is a single food counter in the stadium premises but is on the outside and small vendors may be allowed in to provide snacks though this is very much dependant on the vendors available TOILET PROVISION toilets have been provided but they are built outside the stadium and this causes any visi- tors who wish to use them to exit the stadium RETAIL SALES the galleries have stores underneath them and thus allow for some revenue to be gen- erated by renting these spaces to shop keepers though these shops dont add to the spectators experience as they have nothing to do with what goes on inside the stadium itself and dont sell merchandise for the stadi- um or the sporting events taking place MEDIA there is an air conditioned commentary booth and media center for the TV report- ers but the views from these are once again poor so they must be moved outside so that they can do their job properly ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS the admin offices are provided in the indoor stadium located next to this stadium though it could have easily been accomodated if another floor was added to the pavillion FACILITIES FOR PLAYERS AND OFFICIALS there is next to no facility provided for the players or officials the only consideration provided is to provide 1 room each for the 2 teams that will be playing that day 2 toilets and a referees room in the ground floor of the pavillion bulding Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 2: Thrissur Muncipal Corporation Stadium
  11. 11. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK NEGATIVE ANALYSIS •No consideration has been given for people in the galleries there are no chairs and no shade provided at all for the people located •VIP lounge doesnt offer good views due to flat floor people in 3rd row or fiurther arent able to view the field at all •Commentators booth need to be shifted outside due to the lack of proper view •Pavillion doesnt have good shade so the vips arent comfortable in the morning •No warm up area has been provided •Not enough area is provided for free kicks •SAI, Sports council cant work out any longer because of football field •No stadium theatre for discussing tactics •Cant host an international team •Lack of security •The VIP entry has been provided towards the entry that is closer to the bus stand it would have been better if it was on the other side •No consideration for the disabled •Parking for the stadium doesnt exist CASE STUDY 2: Thrissur Muncipal Corporation Stadium
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION Location: Al Riqqa Suburb, Sharjah UAE Area: 11910 m2 Type: foot ball stadium with athletic track Capacity: 10000 Name Of Club: Al Shaab Club • Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium is a multi- use stadium •It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Al Shaab Club. •The club is surrounded on all sides by villas and residents around the club always note that there is light from it at night CASE STUDY 3: Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK Kuwait Hospital Al Shaab Village Emirates National School Al Qadsiya Garden al shaab club
  13. 13. FACILITIES CROWD CONTROL There are 5 external gates provided for the visitors to the sports complex and the stadium 9 gates for public entry one gate exculsively for the me- dia and a VIP entry and the height of the seats from the ground provides the gap that separates the viewers from the players DISABILITY There have been several considerations made for the disabled and a ramp has been construct- ed to allow for their movement into the gallery and there is space for 7 people SPECTATOR VIEWS The spectators have clear views of the pitch and as such are able to view the game without diffi- culty or obstruction however the presence of the running track does somewhat remove the spec- tators from the action SPECTATOR SEATING The galleries have 13 steps and is furnished with chairs and there is no shade provided for the reg- ular seats but the VIP area has some shade PRIVATE VIEWING There is no specially designed VIP viewing facili- ties aside from reserved chairs for the VVIPS although there is some shade to demarcate it from the rest of the seats CIRCULATION There is a clear difference in the circulation pat- terns for all the visitors to the stadium and is pro- vided in such a way that the VVIPs ,Journalists, Spectators, Players, Administration Staff, dont mix at all FOOD AND BEVERAGE CATERING There are kitchens in the stadium premises that cater to the needs of the office and the VVIPs and visitors are allowed to bring food from the outside TOILET PROVISION Toilets have been provided underneath the gallery stands and are thus easily accessible for the spectators MEDIA There is are commentary booths and me- dia center for the journalists the commentary booths are located on the highest level of the stadium and thus are afforded the best views of the action ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS The admin offices are provided underneath the gallery FACILITIES FOR PLAYERS AND OFFICIALS The players and offcials have been provided with very facilities such as •gym •sauna •swimming pool •plunge pool •locker facilities LINKAGES •The stadium is a 16 minute drive from the sharjah airport and this is fine for travellers and visiting teams who wish to visit the sta- dium •There are a few hospitals close by the near- est being the Kuwait Hospital •There is almost no hotel facility in the vicin- ity the closest being al salam inn hotel suites which happens to be an 8 minute drive away Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 3: Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium DISTANCE TO AIRPORT DISTANCE TO NEAREST HOTEL TO THE STADIUM PROXIMITY OF HOSPITALS TO THE STADIUM
  14. 14. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 3: Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium spectators’s stand Football Pitch spectators’s stand
  15. 15. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK to football pitch To VVIP Seats VVIP Area Conference Area Media Entrance CASE STUDY 3: Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium Physio TherapyKitchen Offices player’s locker room
  16. 16. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK CASE STUDY 3: Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium
  17. 17. SITE ANALYSIS LOCATION: The Ambedkar Stadium Redevelop- ment project site is near KSRTC Bus station Ernakulam,Kerala,India SITE CONDITIONS: The Stadium and the ground are now in a bad condition owing to water logging and relat- ed issues and the current building is infested with vermin and the site is closed to the public though some stores are still operating currently within the premises. due to this The 8 acre land in the heart of the city is lying as a no mans land now . there is some vegetation in the site presently which include a few trees and shrubs CENTER SQUARE MALL ABAD ATRIUM HOTEL YEAR ROUND Railway Main Road ERNAKULAM KSRTC BUS STAND CITY HOSPITAL MAHARAJA’S COLLEGE STADIUM Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK
  18. 18. ANALYSIS OF THE SITE •The site is in such a way that there is very little space for expansion or for large parking spaces as it is surrounded on 2 sides by roads rail road on the third side and housing on the fourth side •The site is located in an urban area people may use public transport to reach the stadium and might allow lesser parking •Due to the monsoon that is common through out the second half of the year rain water har- vesting is a possible option for reducing costs and could be explored •The railway might cause some noise that may be a nuisance to the players LINKAGES •The site is a 48 minute drive from the nedum- bassery airport without any traffic •The site is located adjacent to the Ernakulam KSRTC Bus Stand and this allows for visitors from different districts to arrive at the stadium in a manner that doesnt cause excess traffic •There are several hospitals in the immediate vi- cinity which is advantageous in the event of in- jury or emergency beyond the capacity of the services that will be provided in the stadium •There are several hotels very close by to the site that may prove as a suitable lodging for the players or visiting officials or spectators CLIMATE •Kochi features a tropical monsoon climate, with no harsh extremities. •Temperatures range between 20–35 °C. •Heavy rains accompanied by thunder are common from June to September due to the SouthWest monsoon. •Light showers are experienced from October to December due to the North-West monsoon. •The average annual rainfall is about 350 cm with an average 132 rainy days annually; the bulk of the rainfall stems from the South-West monsoon. •The winds are moderate, with slight increase during summer and the monsoon seasons. Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK SITE ANALYSIS DISTANCE TO AIRPORT PROXIMITY OF HOTELS TO THE STADIUM PROXIMITY OF HOSPITALS TO THE SITE
  19. 19. DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 12000 seat stadium VIP seating Anti doping room Trauma room Doctors room Commentary booth Media Center Tennis court x3 Press conference room Car parking Players rooms for 3 teams Changing rooms x 3 Referee’s room Coach’s room Gym Shops 32 nos LOCAL FACTORS AND BYELAWS Offsets: front yard minimum=6m side yard minimum=1.5m rear yard minimum=1.5m Ground Coverage Area= 40% of Plot Area Maximum Permissible F.A.R= 2.5 Parking= 1 for every 25 seats of accomodation= 400 spaces Maximum Plot Area= 2.5x 31992.3= 79980.75 Note: Provisions reagrding FAR, Coverage,[off street parking] distance from central line of road [access width height restriction with regard to width of road and yard abutting the road],dimensions with regard to building parts light and ventilations shall not apply to buildings financied and built by the government at any level or its beneficiaries Ambedkar Stadium Redevelopment Submitted By Rohit Paul Wilson BARC/8005/10 BITICRAK INFERENCES

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