The O2

In 2008 when The O2 (now 3Arena) was restored, it was Europe’s first venue of its size which was custom designed for live music. The O2 structure itself is a listed building originally constructed in 1878 as a Train Depot and subsequently known as The Point music venue but is now known as 3Arena.

The layout of the venue ensures clear sightlines and proximity to the stage for everyone in the audience, due to its unique tiered seating design.

The Zutec System was employed on this project to provide the O & M manuals for the client. This allowed the client to have a comprehensive, interactive and always up to date asset register throughout the development and through the project lifecycle.

Who Was Involved

Architect

Architect

HOK Architecture

Engineer

Engineer

Buro Happold

Contractor

Contractor

PJ Hegarty & Sons

Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveyor

DLPKS