Handbook of Sports and Recreational Building Design: Indoor sports
Butterworth Architecture, 1996 - 362 pages
This comprehensive book covers all aspects of provision for indoor sporting activity. It also contains information on internationally-agreed dimensions for playing areas, whole life costs, energy and environmental issues and maintenance.
The definitive comprehensive reference, with the authority of the Sports Council
Covers the whole facility, not just the playing area
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The case for sport
Whole life costs
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accommodation activities adequate allow ancillary approx arena athletics badminton court ball basketball bowls catering ceiling changing rooms Chapters 60 CIBSE climbing wall club colour competition considered construction cost dations refer details of environmental dimensions doors entrance environmental services recommen equipment finish fittings five-a-side football further advice gymnastics heating height hockey indoor installation judo Korfball layout lighting located maintenance Mark Foley mats mechanical ventilation minimum movement and dance multi-sports National National Indoor Arena netball outdoor panels Peter Ackroyd Peter Sutcliffe Photo planning players playing area protected recommended refer to Chapters References and further rink roof safety margins seating short tennis show jumping side skating space table specialist spectators sports buildings sports centre Sports Council sports hall squash staff storage structure suitable table tennis toilets track trampoline users ventilation volleyball width