Saturday, October 31, 2009

TCR Engineering performs material testing (physical and chemical analysis) on steel items for the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai – Site of the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final

Founded in 1973, TCR Engineering Services, is an ISO 17025 accredited independent Material Testing Laboratory, Third Party Inspection and Quality Assurance Company located in India. Over 2000+ customers worldwide use TCR´s services to dramatically improve and certify their products, validate material quality, ensure innovation in the marketplace, and to achieve significant competitive advantages. As a result, these companies are bringing the right products to market, at the right time, at the right cost.

TCR has been selected by L&T to undertake complete material testing for the Wankhede Stadium project.

Letter - L&T-Wankhede Stadium Project

A new and improved Wankhede Stadium is being constructed just in time for the 2011 cricet world cup final and the place will now have colourful bucket seats and more facilities for spectators. In March 2011, cricket lovers will throng to the Wankhede to witness the finale. The new structure will have a capacity of 39,000 spectators as compared to the earlier 35,000. The main aim is to give every spectator a clear view of the match, apart from comfort and world-class facilities. It is being designed and built in such a way that everyone can see the ball crossing the boundary line from any corner of the ground. One of the highlights of the stadium is the suspended cantilever roofs. The Teflon fabric roof is lighter in weight and is also heat resistant. There will be no beam support for the roof so the spectators will have a better view. On the roof there will be exhaust fans to suck the hot air from the stands and allow the breeze from the West to flow in. The stadium will have 20 elevators for North and South stands. There will be ramps for physically challenged people. The stadium have good toilets and spacious snack bars and a better drainage system. Water soaking will become much faster because of ejecto pumps. The men piloting the project are confident work will be over well before the December 2010 deadline.

View Some Artist Graphic Images of how The Wankhede Stadium would Look after the Face-lift at Classy Mishmash

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