Who Designed the Millennium Stadium?

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The millennium stadium was designed by a group led by Rod Sheard at Lobb Sport Architecture. The building freelancer was Laing and the structural engineers were WS Atkins. Mike Otlet of WS Atkins planned the stadium's retractable roof.
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It is primarily a rugby union stadium, though some other sports, like soccer, has occasionally been played there.
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The bar has been raised dramatically on football stadium design. As recently as the 1970s, stadiums were designed with baseball and football in mind. Multi-purpose stadiums may have
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That’s only for special occasions. Also, it holds about 75,000 people, and that’s a tough nut to crack when, say, Aironi shows up in the dead of winter.
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Millennium Stadium's overall capacity is 74,500 spectators. Bowl Volume is 1,500,000 m3.
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