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Sports and multi-purpose halls

… are buildings with a hall offering space for sporting activities. Within the buildings you can find diverse halls (one/two/three field halls) in varied design combined with interior partitions and external annexes, from the standard school gym to complex multi-purpose halls. The actual sports hall is always furnished with changing rooms as well as wash/shower rooms and toilets. Other rooms include those for equipment, technical services, teaching staff/umpires and building cleaning as well as an entry and exit area. Depending on the number of visitors, spectator galleries can be integrated as well as areas for refreshments and other recreational areas.

The halls are primarily designed as reinforced concrete and steel load-bearing frames, in some cases wooden frames, in combination with reinforced-concrete walls and brick walls (Gruhler, Deilmann 2015).

The composition of this synthetic building can be seen here.

Areas and volumes

Areas and volumes according to DIN 277

Usable area 1,711 m²
Service area 99 m²
Circulation area 320 m²
Net floor area 2,116 m²
Construction area 223 m²
Gross floor area 2,342 m²
Gross volume 14,116 m³

Areas of building elements

Foundation 1,677 m²
Exterior walls 1,343 m²
Interior walls 1,159 m²
Ceilings 564 m²
Roof 1,993 m²

Materials

Building materials classified into groups

Concrete 2,292.4 t
Bricks 291.4 t
Asbestos 0.0 t
Other minerals 2,371.3 t
Wood, engineered woods 119.4 t
Other renewables 0.0 t
Plastics 5.6 t
Bituminous minerals 3.2 t
Ferrous metals 230.8 t
Non-ferrous metals 17.1 t
Total  5,331.2 t

Building materials according to building elements

Foundation 2,731.7 t
Exterior walls 736.0 t
Interior walls 361.4 t
Ceiling 456.0 t
Roof 1,046.1 t
Total 5,331.2 t