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By adopting a fire engineering approach, a number of potential scenarios were considered which could affect life safety. One of these concerned the possibility of unrestricted fire spreading between the boxes. This would have created danger in two ways: 1. Evacuation of the spectators would be hampered by heat and smoke at this level. 39 STADIUM ENGINEERING .........................................................................................................................................................

Examples of high-risk areas were plant and electrical rooms, stores, groundsman’s facilities, ambulance rooms, stewards’ rooms, etc. The refreshment kiosks and associated stores for packaged food and cellars were also generally regarded as high risk. In the low risk areas, BS 5950 Part 84 was used to demonstrate that the inherent fire resistance of the steel members was sufficient to ensure that fire protection was not required. Additionally, the critical fire load densities which would cause structural failure under optimum burning conditions were established.

The guidance contained in the Loss Prevention Council publication, Fire Prevention on Construction Sites,2 was adapted by the Contractor to allow 40 000 spectators to visit the construction site on a fortnightly basis; this approach permitted the club to function and construction to proceed virtually simultaneously. The guidance of the ‘Green Guide’ (Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds3 ) and Approved Document B was adopted apart from several special features of the design. e. the general spectator concourses.

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