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Innovation in Sports Facilities

INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

TECNALIA I INSPIRING BUSINESS

www.tecnalia.com

TECNALIA develops innovative solutions for optimising management of sports facilities, from their conceptualisation to their implementation and operation.

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We identify and develop business opportunities through applied research. Inspiring Business is a different, unique vision: we visualise ideas that generate value and provide creative and technological solutions to produce real results.

7 BUSINESS DIVISIONS

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COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE

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SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

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BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE

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ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

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RESEARCH TENACITY

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INNOVATION STRATEGIES

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EFFICIENT CREATIVITY

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FLEXIBILITY

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INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT

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CONNECTIVITY

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HEALTH

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TECNALIA Research & Innovation is the first privately funded applied research centre in Spain and one of the leading such centres in Europe. A combination of technology, tenacity, efficiency, courage and imagination.

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INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

At TECNALIA we are organised in 7 fully interconnected Business Divisions. Cooperation works thanks to the transversality of teams, projects and clients collaborating with each other, combining expertise and commitment. Our best asset is our team, made up of more than 1,500 experts who work to transform knowledge into GDP in order to improve people’s quality of life by generating business opportunities for companies. We are committed to the future, society, our planet and our environment. This responsibility provides focus to our values and reinforces our activities.

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TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION STRATEGY


Innovation in Sports Facilities

security savings

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ACCESSIBILITY

Sustainability

conservation

REHABILITATION

At present, sports facilities are facing huge challenges in design, management and service in order to achieve the satisfaction of their users. Due to the high levels of demand from users, we need to add necessary upgrades relating to security and sustainability which contribute efficiently towards the optimum economic management of said facilities. TECNALIA makes its broad knowledge and experience in the sector available, and always with an innovative and future approach, to developers, construction companies, owners and managers of sports centres and other sports facilities.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Innovation maintenance

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comfort


INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

We provide integrated/holistic management to reduce operating costs through the implementation of more efficient operation criteria in sports facilities.

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Innovative Management of Sports Facilities

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SAFE FACILITIES

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GREATER COMFORT

Collaboration in: • Diagnosis of Individual Pathologies and Complex Inspections. • Structural Assessments and Engineering for Protection against Fire and Explosions. • Emergency Management Plans. • Cost-Effective Conservation Plans. • Proposal of Technological Solutions relating to Individual Pathologies. Monitoring and Testing. • Design of Sustainable Rehabilitation and Site Management Projects.

Collaboration in: Studies and Designs of Thermal and Acoustic Comfort and Air Quality Solutions: • Sound Insulation between Enclosures • Vibrations • Sound Reverberation and Distribution • Public Address System and Intelligibility • Environmental Noise Impact Outwards

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It is necessary to have a good maintenance plan both preventive and corrective in order to identify and resolve risk situations that may occur in sports facilities.

• Justification of Licensing Requirements for Entertainment Activities in Multi- purpose Public Places. • Control of Thermal Comfort and Air Quality • Accessibility (Design for all)


INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

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Innovative Management of Sports Facilities

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SUSTAINABILITY

Collaboration in: Projects for the modernisation of sports facilities to zero-emissions buildings, through correct energy management that allows better use of resources and a saving in the energy consumption and in the investments necessary to upgrade facilities (optimized sizing).

A correct energy management allows better use of resources and a saving in the energy consumption and in the investments necessary to upgrade facilities.

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"Zero-Energy" Facilities

The "Zero-energy" facilities of TECNALIA aim at achieving a reduction in the operating costs (energy and maintenance costs) of the sports facilities through multi-disciplinary, global and comprehensive improvements to all the facilities as well as the implementation of more efficient operating

criteria, increasing user satisfaction without introducing counter-productive complexities. We offer significant reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions, in line with European Policy: • 30% energy savings. • 30% reduction in CO2 emissions. • Maximum return on investment in 5 years.

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We offer significant reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions, in line with European Policy.


INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

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"Zero-Energy" Facilities

• Engineering of the energy management system (definition of hardware, system architecture, communications infrastructure, protocols...).

The action plan for "Zero-energy" facilities includes: • Multi-domain assessment of the initial state of the sports centre as regards design, conservation characteristics and operating criteria for all the facilities.

• Integral development of the sports centre management system, including, in addition to engineering, the implementation and support of the system during operating phase.

• Optimization of the architectural design of the building. • Rationalisation/optimization of the indoor environmental conditions for the different activities from advanced comfort and air quality studies. • Definition of the monitoring requirements (necessary for implementing the operating protocols that allow sustained improvement of the efficiency of the sports facilities).

• Optimization of the design of the HVAC, lighting and process installations (total or partial). • Integration of innovative technological solutions and improvements geared towards enabling the transition to advanced control strategies.

• Optimization of the exploitation of available renewable resources, from the design of the facilities to the adaptation of operating criteria oriented towards maximum use of the renewable energy.

• Selection of advanced operating strategies and definition of control rules for enabling the implementation of individual operating/control strategies. • Optimization of the set-point values for the control variables of all the systems.

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Clients

ABANDOIBARRA III MILLENIUM HOTEL SHERATON

CHANTREA CULTURAL AND SPORTING UNION - PAMPLONA

ARGIBIDE

CULTURAL AND LEISURE CENTRE OF ALHÓNDIGA, BILBAO

BILBAO ARENA BILBAO KIROLAK BILBAO RIA 2000 10

DONOSTIA KIROLAK EMPTESPORT

FERROVIAL SERVICIOS (FERROSER) SAN JUAN SPORTING ASSOCIATION OF PAMPLONA SAN MAMES BARRIA STRUCTURE JOINT VENTURE


INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES

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DEVELOPERS/PUBLIC AND PRIVATE OWNERS MANAGERS OF SPORTS FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES ARCHITECTS

TECNALIA makes its broad knowledge and experience in the sector available, and always with an innovative and future approach, to developers, construction companies, owners and managers of sports centres and other sports facilities.

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TECNALIA Parque Cient铆fico y Tecnol贸gico de Bizkaia C/ Geldo, Edificio 700 E-48160 Derio-Bizkaia (Spain) T 902 760 000* T+34 946 430 850 (International calls) www.tecnalia.com J. ENRIQUE VADILLO Market Director Sustainable Construction jenrique.vadillo@tecnalia.com INNOVATION IN SPORTS FACILITIES


Innovation in Sports Facilities