Project Name: KING SAUD UNIVERSITY STADIUM
Client: King Saud University – KSU .
Location: Riyad, Saudi Arabia
Scope of work: Full design and consultancy services
Project Contents: Stadium with a capacity of 25000 spectators divided in 4 classes; VIP class, 1st class, second class and third class. The design of the stadium provide separation in the entrances of the several classes; beside separation of player entrance, press entrance and handicapped entrance. Also there are a specific entrance for emergency & ambulance cars. The design of the stadium is matching all FIFA regulation. The design of the stadium contains a lot of services like; shops, first aid rooms, bathrooms, information desks beside player facilities VIP facilities from restaurants, lounges and cafeterias.The whole grandstands are covered by shade that compatible with the KSA climate
The King Saudi University Stadium in Riyad, the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia, is a new football stadium located at the King Saud University (KSU). The new 25000-seat stadium is compliant with the specifications of football’s major governing authorities, including FIFA, and meets the increasingly advanced requirements of high-definition TV broadcasting. The stadium will be home of the famous KSU football team, and also host local regional and international matches The stadium features an elegant metallic structure, which is enclosed by a concrete wall, and that is made up of geometrical metallic elements that provide this splendid construction with a flexible and wavy appearance. Carefully designed elements and excellent finishes give the king Saud Stadium a modern and distinctive look, while ensuring an adequate level of ventilation. The new stadium has 22,800 seats for general viewers, plus several seats for VIPs and special enclosures for the members of the royal family and their guests. The stadium is also equipped for disabled viewers: it provides special entrances and 130 seats for wheelchairs bound people and their accompanying careers, plus an adequate number of lifts and bathrooms.