19 Apr 2021 | Commercial / Infrastructure

Wembley Stadium

London – United Kingdom

A project of this size was always going to need an advanced PDMS system and that is where Brookfield Multiplex believed that Zutec had the solution. This would be attributed mainly due to the scale of the project, but also, the types of Fabric & Services installed on this project are very advanced/modern.


Wembley Stadium


£750 million

Gross Area


Who Was Involved

01. Architect

Foster + Partners & Populous

02. Engineer

Mott Stadium Consortium

03. Quantity Surveyors

Franklin and Andrews M+E, Mott Stadium Consortium

The new Wembley Stadium opened to the public back in March 2007. The all-seat stadium is owned by the Football Association (FA) and operated by its subsidiary Wembley National Stadium Ltd (WNSL).

The stadium, with a retractable roof and a 135m high arch designed by Sir Norman Foster and visible throughout London; stands as an association football venue in Wembley Park in London. The sliding roof sits 52 metres above the pitch. Even though the roof does not completely close, it does cover every seat in the 90,000 capacity stadium; which makes Wembley the largest fully covered stadium in the world.

Wembley Stadium was one of the first projects Zutec deployed a document approval system on. This allowed sub contractors to upload documents to the various package folders in the O&M, and the document controls on the client side were able to review and respond with comments. The O&M structure was fairly straight forward, it was split into 8 sections as follows:

1. How to Use the Manual
2. Contractual and Legal Records
3. System Description
4. Plant and Equipment Schedule
5. Operational Requirements
6. Maintenance
7. Record Drawings
8. Manufacturers Literature

At the end of the project there was a total of 34 O&Ms which covered all Fabric and Services components of the build. Additional to the O&Ms was a Health & Safety file which contained key design documents and use of hazardous materials and safety procedures.

Just before handover Zutec was asked to provide a maintenance file for all key plant equipment. This file included PPM schedules for key assets, along with Energy Callout Registers and Emergency Contacts. All of this data is still available today for the client, 14 years after construction.



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