BANGALORE, November 29, 2010
Bangalore-based Geodesic Techniques, is awarded a contract by Jaypee Sports International to construct the highly visible roof structure for the F1 Grand Stand at India's first F1 circuit in Greater Noida. Geodesic Techniques, India's leading steel design and build company, will build a roof structure that spreads over 65,000 square meters of area and covers a seating area for over 30,000 people. This project will incorporate more than 1200 metric tons of steel and is due to be completed by mid 2011. The F1 grandstand will soon join the list of landmark steel structures and projects of Geodesic including the Delhi Airport Terminal 3, Chepauk Stadium in Chennai, Delhi Airport Terminal 1D, and Mumbai Terminal 2B. The proposed 5.14 km track, located in Greater Noida promoted by Jaypee Sports International is designed by Hermann Tike“ a German racetrack designer who has designed the F1 circuits in Malaysia, Bahrain, China, Turkey, UAE and South Korea. Besides F1, the track will accommodate MotoGP and super bike races as well.
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