retractable roof


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retractable roof

A roof system, usually over an auditorium, designed to roll back the roof on tracks so that the interior of the facility is open to the outdoors.
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A GASTRO pub group has unveiled a state-ofthe-art glass box extension with a retractable roof at one of its sites as part of a PS200,000 investment programme.
The 540-tonne pillars resembling curved hockey sticks are the main support for the retractable roof of the arena designed by the late British-Iraqi architect.
It's time authorities thought about the possibilities of installing retractable roof in at least the top cricket venues.
The retractable roof at Arthur Ashe Stadium, home of the tennis U.
Kelly M Clark TOP TREND: A new Nightclub and Cuban bar with a retractable roof is set to join Newcastle's growing city centre.
For the new bar and roof top terrace at the Revolution Bar in the town centre now features a retractable roof.
Open will have to deal with delays and postponements on the main venue Arthur Ashe Stadium court, because a retractable roof will be fully operational next year.
By the end of the two-week tournament - officially known as The Championships, Wimbledon - the 15,000-capacity court with its famous retractable roof is hardly recognisable as the pristine playing surface that greeted the first serve on Day 1.
Hakubun Shimomura said a planned retractable roof would not be built in time for the Games, and some of the 80,000 seats would be temporary ones, according to Japanese media reports.
One of the world s signature sporting events is now officially weatherproof, with the addition of a third retractable roof at Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open.
The Air is to feature a full-length retractable roof and the Adeventure is to feature block grey cladding, a fixed roof with built-in rack and luggage case.