The Olympic stadium in the heart of the city of Turin is a historic building from 1930 and the existing structures are subject to the restrictions of the Superintendency of Environmental and Architectural Heritage.
It was completely renovated and equipped with a cable-stayed roof over the stands for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. A lot of interventions were also carried out for the Olympic ceremonies, such as the expansion to 35,000 spectators, using temporary structures, and the construction of the Olympic brazier.
After the Olympic event it returned to being a football venue for 28,000 spectators, hosting the home matches of the Torino Football Club and Juventus FC until 2011.
It is currently one of the three Italian stadiums (along with the Juventus Stadium and at the Olympic Stadium in Rome) to fall into “UEFA Category 4”, with the highest technical level.
Comune di Torino
Technical-administrative and structural testing of the whole complex in the “Olympic version”
MEP’ Technical Testing and Validation
Project and Management of the Structural Control Service (2015-2016).