New sports hall in Ostrava serves amateurs and professionals

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2023-10-26   10:46
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A multifunctional sports hall has opened for the public in Ostrava-Třebovice. The general contractor of the construction for more than 81 mil. The company HSF System SK from the international construction group HSF System was the contractor for the construction project. The client and investor of the construction was the Statutory City of Ostrava with the contribution of the Ostrava-Třebovice Municipal District. The co-financing of the construction amounted to CZK 20 million. The National Sports Agency contributed CZK 20 million through a subsidy programme. The author of the project was PROJEKTSTUDIO EUCZ.

The rectangular hall with dimensions of 27 x 45 metres and a height of 13 metres is located on the edge of the football complex. In the entrance area of the building there is a reception desk, the hall itself, a lounge, toilets and the entrance to the changing rooms. On the first floor, users can find a clubhouse and changing room for athletes. "We wish all amateur and professional athletes that the new hall will serve as a solid foundation for their sporting performances," said Miroslav Krop, director of the Ostrava plant, HSF System construction group.

The facilities of the hall have been added to the building. Both the hall and the annexe are clad in timber cladding with breaks in the glass windows and door panels, while the ground floor of the hall is clad in stone plinth cladding to harmonise with the stone fencing of the neighbouring park. It also includes 19 car parking spaces and two disabled parking spaces. There is also a bus stop for the three bus routes passing through Trebovice.

"We support sport in many ways and for a long time. The new sports hall will provide people with adequate space to spend their free time and the opportunity to exercise, and will certainly contribute to the local community way of life. I would like to thank everyone who participated in the project and helped to bring it to a successful conclusion," said Jan Dohnal, Mayor of Ostrava.

The hall will primarily be used for competitive volleyball matches, but also for football, floorball or badminton. It will also be used by the local clubs of the Sokols, the Eagles, SK Slavia, the Třebovice firefighters and the clients of the Čtyřlístek - Centre for Persons with Disabilities Ostrava. The VŠB-TUO has also expressed interest in using the hall for regular physical education classes. The modern gymnastics club will also train in the premises. The new sports hall will also be available to the public for recreational sports and various social events.

"The operation of this sports hall will be an important new element in the life of our district. I am confident that the new sports hall will serve well all the athletes who will use it and that it will also provide modern facilities for spectators. I am glad that our associations will be able to use it as well, because the eagles' hall, where they used to meet for their activities, is in a state of disrepair," said Jiří Volný, the mayor of the Třebovice municipal district.

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