Construction of sports halls considerably contributes to the development of the urban infrastructure and constitutes one of the basic elements of local policies, of investing in entertainment and physical activity of town and city residents.
For years, Ocmer has been successfully dealing with the design and general contracting concerning light and robust steel structures for various purposes, including sports halls. While constructing light structures, Ocmer employs different technologies customised to the client's needs, hall purpose and topographic conditions.
During the design and construction processes for the roof load-bearing structure for sports and recreation arenas, Ocmer uses cold-formed steel sections to which trapezoidal metal panels are attached. The sections are hot-dip galvanised to a total zinc layer thickness of 275 g/m2 (Z-275). Moreover, the trapezoidal metal panels are covered with zinc and aluminium alloys on both sides. The roofing panels are fixed with bolts and neoprene washers and their endings located by gutters are fitted with special profiled polyethylene inserts.
Insulation is provided by means of glass fibre mats of a total thickness amounting to 140 mm and U=0.30 W/m2K factor. Insulation mats are fixed between trapezoidal metal panels and roof purlins and covered with the following elements on their internal side:
- white vinyl coating; type CF 305 on the visible side;
- glass fibre mesh (5 x 5mm) as a stiffening element;
- aluminium foil operating as a vapourproof and waterproof layer.
Insulating mats are joined along their longitudinal edges by means of double edge overlap and fastened together.
One of the projects implemented by Ocmer is a project ordered by the Roko company, consisting of the construction of a tennis hall in Kielce. The structure has a total area of 2,381m2 and was fully delivered and assembled by our company. The scope of works performed by Ocmer included the development of the design for the steel structure for the purposes of the building permit design and the detail design of the tennis hall structure.