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- Begun: Jun 2009
- Completed: Jan 2011
- Floor area: 14,322m2
- Sector: Sports and leisure
- Procurement: NEC 3
- Address: London, United Kingdom
- Architect: Stanton Williams
- Client: Olympic Delivery Authority
- Quantity surveyor: CLM
- Employer's architectural technical reviewer : B3 Burgess
- Employer's structural technical reviewer: Mott McDonald
- Employer's services technical reviewer: SKM
- Structural engineer: MEP
- Masterplanner: Stanton Williams
- Civil engineer: MEP
- Fire consultant: Arup
- Lighting consultant: Arup
- Access consultant: Arup
- Facade consultant: Arup
- Security consultant: Arup
- Planning consultant: DP9
- Overlay consultant: Alpinex
- Main contractor: CLM
- Main contractor: Mansell Construction Services
- Contractor's architect: Gibberd
- Contractor's structural engineer: Gibberd
- Contractor's services engineer: Jones Engineering Group
- Landscape architect: LDA Hargreaves
- Public realm lighting consultant: Sutton Vane Associates
- Main contractor: Slick Seating Systems
- Pool contractor: Myrtha Pools
Olympic training complex that include temporary aquatic training facilities, changing facilities and wheelchair tennis courts as the only dedicated public Paralympic venue on the Olympic site
The venue for the Paralympics tennis events, includes nine competition tennis courts with temporary seating for 10,500 spectators, as well as ticket control point, merchandising and food points and further training and changing facilities.
The temporary overlay is constructed around the permanent main block, which is a flexible, naturally ventilated and daylit rectilinear box clad in timber.
In legacy mode the wheelchair tennis stadium will become a flexible 5,000 seat hockey stadium and the site will also contain an indoor tennis centre, including changing facilities, along with five-a-side football pitches, outdoor tennis courts, an extra international standard hockey pitch, mountain bike trails and allotments.