Stadiums & Grandstands

Stadiums & Grandstands

World Class Stadium Roofing & Sporting Club Solutions

Boasting an unrivaled reference portfolio of projects for iconic stadium roofing and sports grandstand covers our highly experienced local staff have a key understanding of design, manufacturing, logistical and construction risks and opportunities in large-scale projects such as tensile membrane stadium roofing.

Optus Stadium, Perth- Halo Stadium Roofing Section

Major Stadiums

From covered bar areas and amenities blocks, to spectator shade cover and full-span stadium roofing, MaxMax Australia and our global Taiyo Kogyo Group family has been involved in some of the most stunning and iconic stadium projects around the world.

With an increased demand for stadiums to be multi-purpose, base to multiple “home” teams and sporting codes, as well as hosting concerts and events, new venues are looking to stand out with stunning facilities, player and spectator amenities and stunning architectural designs through tensile membrane stadium roofing and facades. Favoring durable and high-translucency PTFE for stadium roofing thanks to it’s long life and strength, MakMax has also incorporated modern ETFE foil into our designs, creating unique and memorable stadium experiences.

Some of the major Stadiums within our reference portfolio are:

Australia

  • Homebush Stadium, Sydney, 1999
  • Adelaide Oval, 2003
  • Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre, 2005
  • The Gabba, Brisbane, 2005
  • Rat Rafter Area, Brisbane, 2008
  • Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast, 2010
  • Optus Stadium Perth, 2017
  • Anna Mears Velodrome, Brisbane, 2017
  • Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, Adelaide, 2019
  • Melbourne Park, Australia Open Showcourt 3, 2019
  • CBUS Stadium (Repair), Gold Coast, 2020
  • Sydney Football Stadium, 2022

Asia

  • Hong Kou Stadium, Shanghai, China, 1999
  • Shanghai Stadium, China, 2001
  • ‘Big Eye Stadium’ Oita Prefectural Sports Park, Japan, 2001
  • Niigata ‘Big Swan’ Stadium,  Niigata, Japan, 2001
  • Toyota Stadium, Aichi, Japan, 2001
  • Saitama Stadium, Japan 2002
  • Wuhan Stadium, Hubei, China, 2002
  • Incheon Moonhak Stadium, South Korea, 2002
  • Kumagaya Dome, Saitama, Japan, 2003
  • Shanghai International Circuit (F1), China, 2004
  • Nantong Stadium, Shenzen, China, 2006
  • Kunshan Stadium, Jiangsu, China, 2006
  • Shanghai International Tennis Court, China, 2007
  • Chepauk Stadium, Chennai, India, 2010
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi, India, 2010
  • Ranchi Stadium, India, 2010
  • Shenzhen Universiade, China, 2011
  • Shenzen Baoan Stadium, China, 2011
  • Panjin Sports Centre, China, 2013
  • Zaozhuang Stadium, China, 2018

Africa & Middle East

  • King Fahd Stadium, Saudi Arabia, 1986
  • Saida Stadium, Lebanon, 2000
  • Dubai Cricket Stadium, UAE, 2007
  • Kuwait National Stadium, Safat, Kuwait, 2007
  • Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, South Africa, 2009
  • Cape Town Stadium, South Africa, 2009
  • Nelson Mandela Stadium, South Africa, 2009
  • Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 2014
  • Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, 2017

Europe & the Americas

  • Rome Olympic Stadium, Italy, 1990
  • Georgia Dome, USA, 1992
  • Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, USA, 2000
  • Hamburg Volkspark, Germany, 2001
  • La Plata Stadium, Argentina, 2003
  • Karaiskaki Olympic Stadium, Athens, Greece, 2004
  • Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Texas, USA, 2009
  • Gdynia Stadium, Poland, 2010
  • Legia Stadium, Warsaw, Poland, 2010
  • New York Red Bull Stadium, USA, 2011
  • Talisman Center, Calgary, Canada, 2011
  • Mineirao Stadium, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2013
  • Arena Fonte Nova, Salvadore, Brazil, 2013
  • Brasilia Stadium, Brazil, 2013
  • Stade Velodrome Marseille, France, 2014
  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, USA, 2017
  • Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid, Spain, 2017
  • Levante Stadium, Valencia, Spain 2020
  • Suzanne Lenglen court at Roland Garros, Paris, France, 2022

Grandstands & Grounds

World-class stadium roofing is not the only sporting facilities that can benefit from tensile membrane architecture. MakMax Australia has extensive project experience with sporting facilities of all types. Keep your players, spectators and club patrons comfortable with a range of shade and weather solutions.

  • Custom fabric grandstand covers
  • Swimming Pool Shade
  • Tennis Court Cover
  • Horse Racing Pavilion Canopies
  • Gate & Entry Shade Structures
  • Modular shade structures for bars, members & function areas

Schools & Community Sports Clubs

MakMax Australia has worked with a number of small sporting clubs and associations to provide shade and shelter for athletes and spectators.

Our small spectator stand covers are strong, lightweight and reasonably economical when compared to traditional buildings.

Would You Like More Information about Stadium Roofing & Sports Club Grandstands?

Contact us today to discuss your project requirements. We are the market leader in the design, engineering, fabrication and installation of custom fabric structures for a wide variety of applications and industries. We have extensive project experience and offer endless possibilities when it comes to custom design solutions to meet your needs.