The main structure of the stadium is built from many different components and materials, I can tell you that the main contractor assigned for building of the stadium was Multiplex (UK) The design of the new stadium is both functional and architecturally significant. Sir Norman Foster designed the arch and the roof structure. The stadium's unique features include retractable roof panels and the arch. These were developed in response to the particular requirements of the stadium, one of which was the need for a high-quality grass pitch in order to achieve UEFA 5 star stadium status.
The arch itself is not just a cosmetic feature; it supports the north roof and a sizable area of the south roof. The arch has a lattice form consisting of 41 steel rings (diaphragms) connected by spiralling tubular chords and is formed of 13 modules with two tapering end sections. The arch (7.4m in diameter at the base and weighing 1,750t) tapers at its ends and is supported on 70t hinges which are in turn supported on concrete bases founded on piles 35m deep. Inclined from the vertical, the arch is held in position by a series of forestay and backstay cables tied to the main stadium structure. The 50,000m2 roof is essential to the operation of the stadium as a sporting and concert venue. Weighing some 7,000t, the roof has a number of retractable edge sections which can be maneuvered to allow direct sunlight to reach all parts of the grass pitch to allow the pitch to achieve top quality. Construction of the arch began in 2003; it was fabricated on-site using steel modules fabricated by steel subcontractor Cleveland Bridge.
Steel reinforcement: 15,000 tonnes
Concrete: 212,000 tonnes
Structural Steel: 23,000 tonnes
Blockwork: 125,000 mm2
External Wall cladding: 18,000 mm2
Fibre Optic cable: 14 km
Cables and tendons: 6228 mtrs
Moving area of the roof: 13,722m2
Cables and tendons: 6228 mtrs
Area of roof: Metal Roof = 40,000 m2, Single Ply Roof = 12,000 m2
Doors (leafs): 3,488
Paint used in litres: 140,000 (Finishes)
Gas supply: 32MW
Electricity supply: 20MW
Pitch flood lights - 2 Kw: 380
Sprinkler heads: 21,000
Ductwork: 10 Km
Steel tube: 28 Km
Chrome tube: 3.5 Km
Cast iron tube: 24.5 Km
Galvanised tube: 3.9 Km
Mains cable: 444 Km
Cable tray: 71 Km
Small power and lighting cable: 1720 Km
Speaker cables: 80 Km
Security cable: 87 Km
CCTV Cable: 38 Km
IT Voice/Data: 108 Km
The Old Wembley Stadium became derelict and instead of a renovation a decision was made to demolish and rebuild a New Wembley Stadium.
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Wembley Stadium was created in 2007.
London's Wembley Stadium is situated in an area of London called Wembley, after which the stadium takes it name.
Wembley Stadium is in the suburb of Wembley which is in North London.
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Wembley Stadium has a seating capacity of 90,000
The New Wembley Stadium has 90,000 seats.
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Wembley Stadium has a seating capacity of 90,000 people.
The tenant of Wembley Stadium is the England national football team.
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Wembley Stadium railway station was created in 1906.
The Icon * The new Wembley Stadium will be a landmark for London and one that will have a dramatic effect on the London skyline, with the Stadium
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There are 2,618 toilets in Wembley Stadium, that is more than any other stadium in the world.
The New Wembley Stadium was built from 2004-2006, and was opened in 2007.
Wembley stadium can hold 90,000 people when all seated and covered.