Venue for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics gymnastics competition moved a step faster toward completion when construction workers elevated the center section of its huge wooden roof. Fans from all over the world can book Olympic Trampoline Tickets online from our most trusted online ticketing market platform.
The Gymnastics Centre has been designed to incorporate features of old-style Japanese building methods and will make more use of wood than any other venue at the Olympic 2020 Games.
The stadium which will swarm gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline at the Olympics 2020 will feature a One Hundred and Twenty-meter long, Ninety-meter wide arched wooden roof the largest of its kind in the world fragmented into five sections each weighing two hundred tons.
The first section was raised on Sept. 28 this year and the process of lifting the second, centerpiece to a height of Thirty meters began on Wednesday. The section which measures around 70 meters wide and 14.5 meters long and is made of Japanese larch wood from Hokkaido and Nagano regions, took around five hours to put in place.
“The venue department at Tokyo 2020 Olympics is also doing a lot of work at other venues and a lot of the basic design for momentary intersection works is being completed,”.
In 2018, overlay work will start. When the edge works occur, we will really start to feel a strong Olympic mood. The work of Ariake Gymnastics Centre which will cost an estimated 20.5 billion Yen, began in November 2017 and is expected to be completed in October next year.
The arena capacity viewer seating and competition area will be built as temporary structures that will be removed after the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics have finished. The venue will reopen as an exhibition hall under the control of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government until 2030.
The structure is intended to look like a wooden bowl, with sloping walls that create an exterior courtyard inspired by the engawa verandas of traditional Japanese architecture.
“We wanted to make the building as simple as possible, we want to capitalize on the strength of wood as much as possible. If we were to use steel the weight of the roof would be twice. Construction can be made more effectual by using wood. Wood has heat-insulation and sound-proof capabilities. we want visitors to feel the warmth of wood.”
The venue will use around Twenty-Three Hundred cubic meters of wood all of which will come from Japan. Viewers will sit on wooden benches and Japanese cedar will be applied to the exterior of the building. The Land Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism Ministry have confirmed the structure’s resistance to fire. Excavated soil has been used to create a slope approaching the venue, providing barrier-free access to all viewers.
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