IFSC CLIMBING WORLDCUP was held in Moscow from June 17 to 20, 2010
Specifically for the competitions JSA set the impressive complex of climbing walls under one big roof (span – 32 m) on area between pavilion N1 and “Druzhba narodov” fountain in the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VVC).
Continue reading “IFSC CLIMBING WORLDCUP 2010. MOSCOW, RUSSIA – 17-20 JUNE”
In the autumn of 2009, a large pavilion structure was established in Moscow on Mira Avenue. It was used a few months for the restoration works of the famous monument of the Soviet time – Worker and Kolkhoz Woman (sculptor Vera Mukhina). This construction consisted of the three systems – Layher Allround Scaffolding, Layher Cassette Roof and Layher Protect. The modern beautiful “building” had: width – 25 m / length – about 50 m / wall height: one part 21 m, the second part – 27 m. A crane could work inside the pavilion under the roof – lifting the multi-ton parts of the monument.
Continue reading “The Big Layher Design in Moscow”
A block of four shows by the legend of world rave music The Prodigy were held in the fall of 2009: in Riga, Latvia / Skonto Sport Halle – 03.10.2009, in Kiev, Ukraine / International Exhibition Center – 07.10.2009, in Russia – Moscow (Crocus Expo Hall – 09.10 .2009) and St. Petersburg (Ice Arena – 11.10.2009). It was a separate block within the band’s big world tour in support of the album – Invaders Must Die.
Continue reading “The Prodigy in Kyiv (UA) and Riga (LV) in Saint Petersburg and Moscow (RU)”
From May 12 to 16, 2009, the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Moscow. It was the 54 competition and the first time it was in Russia. All preliminary and final shows were held in the Sports Complex Olimpiyskiy. This event had a large-scale production and by various designs as well. A lot of Layher scaffolding, Prolyte structures, other trussing and rigging systems were used.
Continue reading “Eurovision Song Contest 2009. Russia, Moscow, Olympic Sports Arena”
Three major international outdoor competitions under the auspices of the International Ski Federation (FIS) were held in Moscow on Vorobyovy Gory in early 2009:
– On January 02, 2009, immediately after the meeting New Year, the first parallel slalom competition in this format took place within the World Cup stage.
– On February 14, 2009, on Valentine’s Day, the final stage of the Freestyle / Ski Acrobatics World Cup was held.
– On March 07, 2009, on the eve of International Women’s Day, the World Cup final in snowboarding was held in the most popular discipline – Big Air.
Continue reading “THREE BIG EVENTS ON ONE STEEL MOUNTAIN. SLALOM, FREESTYLE AND SNOWBOARD – 2009”