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Showcase Special edition of PanStadia & Arena Management now available in e-format

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Our latest Showcase Special edition of PanStadia & Arena Management is now available in digital format with over 200 pages of inspiration for your sports venue, including a North America Showcase special supplement, detailing the latest sports venue projects and innovations from the region.

Venues in Focus in this 204-page edition include:

Saint Petersburg Stadium, which, upon completion in 2016, will be home to FC Zenit and will take on the mantle of Europe’s most modern stadium, Eastern Europe’s biggest and Russia’s only multifunctional stadium. The venue’s instantly recognisable form – designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa – will make it an iconic backdrop for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™.

The US$1.3bn, 68,900-capacity Levi’s® Stadium, which after nearly 17 years of starts and stops, finally opened its doors on August 17, 2014, as the new home of the NFL San Francisco 49ers.

The 51,000-seat Estadio de Futbol Monterrey, which, when it opens in July 2015, will be the MX$2.6bn (US$200m) new home of Rayados FC in the Mexico Premiere League.

In addition, this edition features our advertisers’ extended editorial spreads in which they showcase their latest projects, products and services, covering everything from architecture, design and engineering, to rigging & temporary structure solutions, as well as Sports Turf installation, maintenance and protection, and everything in between!

Read the latest issues online at: www.psam.uk.com

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PSAM team takes on three peaks

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PanStadia & Arena Management magazine team members Neil Levett, Paul Thornhill and Adele Humphries took on the three peaks challenge to raise money for Alzheimer’s research. And they did it!

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Centre three: Paul, Neil and Adele.

The challenge involved climbing up the three highest points in the UK in three days: Ben Nevis in Scotland (4409ft); Scaffel Pike in England (3209ft) and Mount Snowdon in Wales (3560ft).

Generous sponsorship for the challenge was provided by ESSMA, ESSG, Terraplas, Populous, Global Spectrum, The Box Seat and Route Signs, who also kindly provided the banners. Total sponsorship generated was in excess of US$10,000

A web page is still open for anyone who would like to donate.