Announcement & calls
Announcement & calls
A new roof for the Olympic stadium, Montreal
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, FINANCING AND MAINTENANCE OF THE NEW ROOF FOR THE MONTRÉAL OLYMPIC STADIUM The Régie des installations olympiques (the “Régie”) is launching an international request for qualification for the selection of candidates to carry out the work to replace the roof of the Montréal Olympic Stadium, using a “design, build, finance and maintain” approach. The aim of the project is to replace the roof of the Montréal Olympic Stadium to ensure its safety and reliability and to allow the Olympic Stadium to achieve its full potential as a year-round venue for events. The project also aims to preserve the heritage character of the Olympic Stadium, one of Québec’s great architectural monuments. For this reason, the project must be implemented in a way that ensures respect for, and the safety of, the existing Olympic Stadium structure, respect for the environment, and the safety of Stadium occupants. The project meets the government’s priorities for asset maintenance and investment in infrastructures used for sports, recreation, tourism and events. It is important to note that the Olympic Stadium was designed by its architect, Roger Taillibert, to be covered in order to protect its structure and systems from the harsh Montréal winter. An information session and site visit is foreseen. Deadline: Wednesday, January 29 2020, at 11:00 am.
Subscribe the CODE OF CONDUCT
TensiNet WG Good Practice - Code of Conduct TENSINET wants to ensure, that members committing to the code of conduct offer exclusively products and services on the market which fulfill the quality ordered by the client and which meet the applicable norms, standards and laws. In addition, they agree to take into account the state of the art (technology) and provide the highest possible quality. Every member should be aware of his individual responsibility for the quality of the own work. The delivery of quality serves to avoid errors and deficiencies, to ensure the satisfaction of the customer and finally the trust in structures with membrane materials. This does not only serve the respective company, but also the sustained growth and well-being of the membrane construction market. This is a major goal of TENSINET formulated in the Memorandum of Understanding.
UPDATED VERSION NEW CALL ROUND ROBIN IV EXERCISE
UPDATED VERSION NEW CALL ROUND ROBIN IV EXERCISEROUND ROBIN EXERCISE 4 - Reliability analysis of a simple membrane structure: a hyperbolic paraboloid The fourth Round Robin Exercise is launched by the TensiNet Working Group Specifications and WG5 of the COST Action TU1303 Novel Structural skins. The exercise is set up to evaluate the different methods used to obtain the reliability index and to collate the different reliability indexes for a simple tensioned hypar structure. In the document you will find the details of the exercise (dimensions, pretension, material properties, etc.). In this updated version prestress changed from 3 kN/m into 4 kN/m. Return your results by emailing to Elien.De.Smedt@vub.be
NEW CALL ROUND ROBIN III EXERCISE
ROUND ROBIN EXERCISE 3: COLLATING WIND TUNNEL DATA FOR THE BASIC SHAPES OF TENSIONED SURFACE STRUCTURES The third Round Robin Exercise is launched by the TensiNet Working Group Specifications and WG5 of the COST Action TU1303 Novel Structural skins and aims at collating wind tunnel data for the basic shapes of tensioned surface structures. Return your results by by emailing to email@example.com
NEW CALL ROUND ROBIN II EXERCISE
INTERPRETATION OF BIAXIAL AND SHEAR TEST DATA The 'round robin' exercise II has been launched by the Tensinet Analysis and Materials Working Group. This exercise will be of interest to anyone involved in the assessment of fabric properties (biaxial and shear stiffness) for use in analysis and design. Contact Dr Ben Bridgens at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or to register your interest in taking part.