WOLF delivers fresh air to the national stadium in Warsaw. This new building constructed for the UEFA EURO 2012 in Poland and the Ukraine costing around € 465 million has a capacity of 55,000 seats. The architectural highlights are a support structure for the façade made from 32 m long tubular supports, as well as the design of the suspended roof. To celebrate the opening, a friendly international between Poland and Germany was set for 6th September 2011. As part of the European championship, five games were held at the Warsaw National Stadium, including the opening game, as well as one of the quarter and semi-finals each.
NAME: Nationalstadion Kazimierz Górski, Warsaw
FUNCTION: Football stadium
INVESTMENT: Approximately € 465 million
SPECIAL FEATURES: Completely removable roof structure made from glass fibre reinforced Teflon-coated fabric
ARCHITECTS: JSK Architekten; Gerkan, Marg und Partner
AIR VOLUME: In total 2.4 million m³/h
HR SYSTEM: Crossflow heat exchanger
Seventy-six KG Top units were installed at the national stadium in Warsaw, ranging from KG Top 64 to KG Top 450. In total 972 multi-function units were deployed. All units are equipped with heat recovering systems. The total volume of WOLF equipment required 80 lorry loads, for which nine lorries shuttled between the factory and the site.