Sports & Recreation

EASYGYM, UK

easyGym is a low cost gym with tailored membership allowing the users to pick and choose when and what they want to use it’s facilities. The gyms are typically large, offering the latest equipment.

CYCLEBEAT, London, UK

Cyclebeat is an indoor cycling centre situated in central London. The centre is unique because it specialises in spin classes. Spin classes are typically one of the noisiest gym activities, primarily due to the high degree of amplified music.

AMI STADIUM, Christchurch, New Zealand

Following the 2011 Canterbury earthquakes and subsequent loss of appropriate sporting venues, Christchurch City Council identified the former Rugby League Park in Addington as a suitable replacement stadium.  Marshall Day Acoustics was engaged to assist with the rezoning of the ground to allow both high level rugby matches and public entertainment.  Our k

TECT ARENA, Tauranga, New Zealand

A vision for growth and sustainability of Tauranga's sporting hub has resulted in a flexible, multi-purpose arena to serve the cultural, social and sporting needs of the expanding city.

EDEN PARK REDEVELOPMENT, Auckland (RWC 2011)

Eden Park is one of New Zealand's premier sporting complexes which hosts a number of prominent local, national and international sporting events. It is the largest sporting venue in New Zealand.

AAMI PARK, Melbourne, Australia

AAMI Park also known as Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (MRS) has a capacity of over 30,000 and features a 'bio-frame' roof design providing extensive seat coverage and excellent spectator sight lines. 

CLAUDELANDS EVENTS CENTRE, Hamilton, New Zealand

The redevelopment of Claudelands was commissioned by the Hamilton City Council to provide a multi-zoned events facility close to the CBD. Claudelands incorporates a 6000 capacity entertainment arena, a four-star conference centre and a combined 10,000m² of indoor and outdoor exhibition space.

WAITAKERE AQUATIC CENTRE, Auckland, New Zealand

Waitakere Aquatic Centre was originally built as a performance venue for the XIVth Commonwealth Games, of 1990. The centre included a world class performance pool and diving facility and following the games was used as a competition venue for regional, national and international events.

VECTOR ARENA, Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland's Vector Arena is a multi-purpose, technically sophisticated facility that will cater for large and small events. It will seat up to 12,000 for events ranging from international netball and basketball to family shows including ice events, opera, rock concerts, business events and exhibitions.

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