Sporting Facilities

Horsley Park, Olympic equestrian site contructed using roof made from ZINCALUME® steel.
02 August 2000 Olympic Equestrian Centre Rising Fast
Plenty of familiar names dance in the sunlight of the Homebush Bay Games site so it is rewarding to discover lesser known solar systems glittering on the edge of the Olympic venues galaxy. One of these is the Equestrian facility at the aptly named Horsley Park 40 kilometres to Sydney's west. [Read more]
Sydney Olympic Stadium, Homebush Bay uses purlins made from GALVASPAN® steel and LYSAGHT BONDEK® structural decking.
02 August 2000 Olympic Stadium Full of Running
Sydney's Olympic athletics stadium crowns the colossal Homebush Bay development like no other. Almost surely suffering Olympic overload, this is a timely rejuvenation for the city's psyche. [Read more]
The roof of the Olympic Park Railway Station, NSW, is made from ZINCALUME® steel comprising 18 arched steel frames in a folded vault configuration.
02 August 2000 Olympic Park Railway Station
For once the hoopla surrounding a major urban development is fully justified. The A$3.3 billion Olympic site development comes as a relief from the posturing that passes itself off as world class. [Read more]
Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre has its roofs and walls clad in LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® and LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406
02 August 2000 Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre The Ripple Effect
Melbourne's new sports and aquatic centre on the edge of Melbourne's most talked about Formula One race track at Albert Park, is beautifully folded into its site. So much so that Albert Road motorists will only glimpse images of slender white masts atop low slung steel shells beyond the avenue of trees flickering by. [Read more]
NSW State Hockey Centre, Homebush Bay uses LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 for roofing
02 August 2000 State Hockey Centre Force Field
Designed by Ancher, Mortlock and Woolley, the Olympic venue and NSW State Hockey Stadium is a surprising first for the firm. Exhibiting just the right dynamic, the project harmonises architecture and engineering. Standing tall on the western edge of the Homebush Bay site, this A$15.5 million boutique stadium is certain to make an impression well beyond its size. [Read more]
Homebush Bay Archery Park, NSW, uses roofing made from ZINCALUME® steel in the profile
LYSAGHT SPANDEK®
02 August 2000 Archery Park Razor Blade
Sydney Olympic's Archery Park by Peter Stutchbury, with totemic landscaping by partner Phoebe Pape, has all of the qualities we have come to expect of this practice. [Read more]
International Shooting Centre, Cecil Park, Sydney uses LYSAGHT PANELRIB® and LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 made from COLORBOND® steel
02 August 2000 International Shooting Centre On Target
One of the enduring legacies of the Sydney Olympics is its quality of architecture. When the issue of seat allocation, event schedules and traffic snarls blow over, Sydney, no doubt, will be the envy of every Australian city and quite a few international ones. One of the terrific surprises is the International Shooting Centre at Cecil Park, 50 kilometres to Sydney's west. [Read more]
Sydney Showground - uses LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® steel roofing allows unique designs through tapering of the sheets
02 August 2000 Sydney Showground Showpiece in Steel
An engineering breakthrough by BlueScope Steel to produce tapered sheets of LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® steel roofing solved a complex technical problem with a simple solution. This major engineering breakthrough is responsible for the wave-like semi-circular roof over the Show Ring of the new Sydney Showgrounds at Homebush Bay - the focal point of the Royal Easter Show's home. [Read more]