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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  Salamander fire door closers installed at the Stadium of Light

Click here  Salisbury University selects Daktronics video technology for stadium

Click here  University of Kentucky will begin construction of new stadium in 2017

Click here  Principality Stadium unveils new pitch in support of ‘Go Green Day’

Click here  Vivint Solar installs more than 2,700 rooftop solar panels at Vivint Smart Home Arena

Click here  UT Martin upgrades fan experience with Community

Click here  Arsenal FC partners with solar experts Octopus Energy

Click here  NFL commissioner Mark Goodell reveals feasibility study for Las Vegas

Click here  Manica Architecture joins New Camp Nou Stadium design team

Click here  Nevada governor signs bill for Vegas stadium

Click here  Leicester City avoids charges after stadium disruption

Click here  Red Bull Arena announces expansion into concerts and live entertainment

Click here  Auburn commits to game-day experience across campus with video display installations

Click here  AmericanAirlines Arena installs Eaton LED lighting and controls system

Click here  Edgbaston to host first day/night test match in England

Click here  Foreman Field renovation to be completed in 2019

Click here  Noordlease Stadium to implement facial recognition software

Click here  Real Madrid presents city agreement for stadium redevelopment project

Click here  Eleven Sports Media installs StatZone and StadiumTV at Watford FC

Click here  Washington DC government officially transfers stadium site to DC United

Click here  New stadium plan for Roland-Garros approved

Click here  RDS Arena given approval for new stand

Click here  Japan approves Olympic stadium project

Click here  New Atletico Madrid stadium partners with Philips Lighting for LED pitch, façade and hospitality lighting

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