With just the push of a button StadiArena technology makes it easy for you to convert an outdoor stadium into an indoor arena, in just six minutes. StadiArena opens up a whole new spectrum of indoor content and activities — and exciting new revenue streams for your stadium business.
• Trade shows
• Theatre events
• Indoor concerts for 2,000 to 8,000
• Indoor dining for 1,000
• Product launches
• Beam-back events
StadiArena offers stadium owners and their communities opportunities to build true money-making assets rather than single-purpose stadium buildings that sit empty 98% of the time.
For owners wanting both a stadium and an arena, why build two separate buildings when you can have a stadium and a multi-purpose arena at a fraction of the cost, all on a single footprint of valuable land?
StadiArena is a unique and robustly designed product that not only enhances the profitability of successful stadia, but can also transform potentially loss- making developments into sustainable enterprises. StadiArena’s core components have a proven 30-year pedigree, providing a ready-made solution for all conditions. StadiArena incorporates a hurricane-proof, hoist fabric door, now known as a StadiDoor – currently used in stadia around the world.
StadiArena grants licenses to use its unique and patented technology, allowing stadium owners, developers and operators to create true multi-use venues by converting outdoor stadia into indoor arenas.
StadiArena’s first licence was granted to Transstadia Group in India in 2012 and all parties were excited about the opening of ‘The Arena’ in Ahmedabad in 2016 for the Kabaddi World Cup. A second StadiArena, which incorporates hotel, retail, and commercial facilities is scheduled for Amaravati with construction expected for completion in 2018. Several other new StadiArena facilities are planned in Europe and the US.
Stadimax, in partnership with StadiArena, offers this exciting, game-changing technology to prospective stadium builders and architects looking to build a flexible multiple-purpose stadium facility with true viability.
Contact Ken Sharp for more information.
Why build two separate buildings when you can have a stadium and a multi-purpose arena at a fraction of the cost, all on a single footprint of valuable land?