Neptunus scores at 'Hockey Champions Trophy' event
Neptunus has provided the temporary infrastructure for the Hockey Champions Trophy tournament at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
The event, staged over 17 days, consisted of mens and womens competitions involving the worlds leading teams.
The Mens Hero Champions Trophy from June 10-17 involved six nations — Great Britain, Belgium, Australia, Korea, India and Germany — competing for the title with Australia beating India in the final. The Womens Hockey Champions Trophy from June 18-26 was contested by Great Britain, Australia, Argentina, The Netherlands, New Zealand and the USA. Argentina beat The Netherlands in the final taking the trophy for a record seventh time.
Neptunus technicians took just four days to build 18 structures that formed a hospitality, retail and catering village covering an area of 1,500 square metres for the tens of thousands of spectators.
Neptunus supplied a range of Alu Halls, Mercury and Pluto structures which also provided space for reception, ticketing areas and a bespoke exhibition facility. To protect the all-important landscape of the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, all of the structures were self-weighted with concrete floors featuring entrance ramps, staircases and carpeting.
Neptunus was appointed by global events production specialists ICON World on behalf of England Hockey.
April Trasler, Managing Director of Northamptonshire-based Neptunus UK, said: We are delighted to be working with ICON World once again. This was our 5th major hockey event which underpins our reputation for being able to swiftly build a full range of high quality facilities to meet spectator requirements at the big sporting occasions.
Andy Nash, Senior Account Manager ICON World, said: We have worked with the Neptunus team on a number of successful projects. Their depth of experience, quality of products and high level of service means they can provide us with bespoke solutions to meet our specific requirements.
Founded nearly 80 years ago, Neptunus remains a family-run business known for the creativity and innovation of its temporary structures. With a head office in The Netherlands and divisions in the UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Poland and Austria, Neptunus has a proven track record in the design, manufacture and delivery of all types of temporary buildings. Neptunus Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Neptunus BV based in The Netherlands. Its UK operation is located in Swan Valley, Northampton, where the company has purpose built offices, storage and maintenance facilities. Neptunus has over 450,000 square metres of high quality structures in a wide range of styles. With cassette flooring systems, Neptunus' flexible and spacious structures provide ideal solutions for short-term or longer-term rental requirements. For more information visit: www.neptunus.co.uk
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30th June 2016