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Pontiac Silverdome finally demolished after failed first attempt

They don’t make them like they used to. It took two attempts for the Pontiac Silverdome, the former home of the NFL’s Detroit Lions, to bite the dust. Still standing after the first implosion, it was finally demolished by a second blast to the upper section of the stadium, which has stood in Michigan since 1975

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Watch the Qudos Bank Arena transform for supercross

The team at the Qudos Bank Arena – widely known as the Sydney Super Dome – transforms the indoor arena into a supercross track ahead of the Aus-X Open. The venue, which was built as part of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games project, is the largest permanent indoor sports arena in Australia.

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With this in mind, should designers of new stadia, or project managers of renovations, be looking at both on-field and off-field lighting as part of a single solution?


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Click here  US Bank Stadium to benefit from additional counter terrorism training

Click here  Warwickshire CCC partners with Total in energy supply deal

Click here  Manchester United confirms stadium accessibility plans

Click here  Inauguration of renovated Thialf Ice Arena to be held in Heerenveen

Click here  Manchester City implements virtual reality technology for matchdays

Click here  Australia’s Qudos Bank Arena installs largest centerhung LED video system in southern hemisphere

Click here  Battery Atlanta announces Punch Bowl Social F&B offering

Click here  Community sports hub to be built in northeast Scotland

Click here  Scoreboard upgrade coming to Louisville Slugger Field

Click here  Golden State Warriors officially break ground for Chase Center

Click here  Sports Turf Managers Association to host 28th annual conference and exhibition in Orlando

Click here  TSA connects Axiata Arena

Click here  Golden State Warriors set to break ground for Chase Center in January

Click here  Everton FC confirms naming rights deal for training ground facilities

Click here  Albany officials keen on Louisville City FC stadium

Click here  Schiattarella Associati wins contract to renovate Saudi Arabian stadium

Click here  Plymouth Argyle announces stadium expansion

Click here  New renderings of LAFC’s soccer stadium

Click here  Allen Signs completes work on Leicester Tigers’ stadium

Click here  Act Global acquires UBU And Turfscape brands

Click here  Atlético Madrid christens new stadium the Wanda Metropolitano

Click here  Time Magazine celebrates L-shaped soccer field hailed as a leading 2016 innovation

Click here  Rod Laver Arena introduces selfies taken by venue cameras

Click here  Roof over Khalifa International Stadium nears completion

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