With less than 1 working day to go until the start of our ‘live’ event, Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific 2015 – the must-attend conference & exhibition for those involved in sports venue design, build, management, operation, fit-out and technology – we are delighted to confirm that a special ‘behind-the-scenes’ tour of the Singapore Sports Hub has been organised, on which there are now only a limited number of places remaining.
This bespoke Tour will take place on Monday 28th September, between 12pm and 1pm, with places to be guaranteed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Tour schedule will be as follows:
– 12pm: Start at the Indoor Stadium
– Sports Hub Library
– Singapore Sports Museum/Shimano Cycling World
– Water front area
– Kallang Wave Mall
– National Stadium
– 1pm: Back to the Indoor Stadium
This FREE tour is only available to Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific 2015 registered attendees.
In addition, the Official Show Guide has now been launched, which you can view online at: http://saevents.uk.com/wp-content/uploads/Stadia-Arena-Asia-Pacific-2015-Show-Guide.pdf and details the comprehensive conference sessions, along with the 50+ industry-elite speakers and the more than 40 industry-leading exhibitors and sponsors.
Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific 2015 will once again be the largest gathering of industry professionals in the region, with those attending the event to benefit from the opportunity of meeting many of the leading sports architects, producers and suppliers, including Arup, AECOM, Cox Architecture, d&b audiotechnik, Dallmeier, Harman, HOK, ICSS, KSS, Populous, Rossetti, Siemens, SMG and Ungerboeck Software. A large number of representatives from the end-users (i.e. clubs, federations, leagues & venues) have also confirmed, including: J-League, Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, Malaysia Stadium Corporation, Kedah Stadium Corporation, Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust, Sydney Cricket Ground, Singapore Cricket Club, Singapore Gymnastics, Singapore Sport, Hong Kong Government (Leisure Services Dept.), Shantou University Sports Park and Kai Tak Stadium, to name but a few.
Image of the Singapore Sports Hub, courtesy: Arup.