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Allianz Arena

Efficient access to a world–class stadium

The Allianz Arena is home to the world-famous football club Bayern Munich and hosted six of the 2006 FIFA World Cup matches in Germany. It has a seating capacity of 75,024 and it has parking places for up to 11,000 cars and 350 buses. 

We were appointed to develop key infrastructure designs for the project including the planning of several bridges to ensure the smooth flowing of traffic. We were also responsible for the construction management for the entire infrastructure improvement.

In addition, a multi-lane road was constructed between the junctions of the A9 and A99 motorways to connect the stadium with the multi-storey car park. To allow for intersection-free traffic, both carriageways were vertically offset. 

Several other constructions were designed to ensure intersection-free traffic across the site, such as a 30m footbridge, built over the main road and allowing pedestrians to easily reach three car parks. All bridges have been designed to complement each other with recurring design features.

A flyover over the A9, A99 feeder road and Heisenberg-Allee ensure unobstructed access for emergency vehicles and ensure minimum motorway closure during its construction. We also developed a modular construction system for the superstructure.

Client
Baureferat der Landeshauptstadt München
Architect 
Schultz-Brauns & Reinhart Architekten GmbH (design consultant for bridges) 
Location
Munich, Germany
Home of FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 München
Capacity 75,000
Our services Civil, structural, construction management, HSE
Project status Completed 2005