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- a building where you can play different sports.

- is a large building that is designed to hold a convention, where individuals and groups
gather to promote and share common interests. Convention centers typically offer
sufficient floor area to accommodate several thousand attendees. Very large venues,
suitable for major trade shows, are sometimes known as exhibition centers. Convention
centers typically have at least one auditorium and may also contain on concert
halls, lecture halls, meeting rooms, and conference rooms. Some large resort
area hotels include a convention center.

Sports venues and convention centers can activate communities, generate revenue, and
catalyze urban and campus revitalization as regional destinations.


 Parking Area for the buildings
The site proposes 738 parking slots, which are available for both private and public use.
These parking spaces are usually acceptable for daily activities at the proposed facility.
For larger events, the Dalauidao and Castillo streets near the proposed facility should be
more than sufficient to accommodate larger parking slots or spaces. In general, it would
be very expensive and probably not feasible to provide on-site structural parking on the
proposed site like basement parking areas and other parking facilities that is mainly used
for parking only.
 Building height
General institutional - a community to National level of institutional use or Characterized mainly
as low rise or medium rise structure for educational and training and related activities should at
least be only 2-4 storey s only or at least 10 - 12 mtr high.
 Zoning classification according to National Building Code:
Cultural - a COMMUNITY to national level mainly as low to medium rise building for cultural
PRE (Park Structures, Recreation and Entertainment)
Division I1 - Sports center

Division I1 - Convention centers

- Consisting of a rectangular court with Baskets at either end.
- Main official game of the sports centre
-Rim is usually 10 ft. High (3.05 m)
-International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Rules,: Exactly 28 mtrs by 15 mtrs (91.9 by 49.2 ft.)
-The free throw line where one stands while taking a foul shot, is located within the three-point-
arc at 15 ft. From the basket or the rim.
 Court length 91.86 ft. 28 m.
 Court width 49.21 ft. 15 m.
 Rim height 10 ft. 3.05 m.
 Restricted Arc Radius 4.10 ft. 1.25 m.
 Center Circle Diameter 11.81 ft. 3.6 m.
 3 point line from Basket 22.15-21.65 ft. 6.60-6.75 m.
 Shaded lane 16.08 ft. 4.90 m.
 Free throw line 15.09 ft. 4.60 m.
- The FIBA three point line is 2.95 ft. (0.90 m.) from the side line in a zone starting at the based
lined and ending when it crosses the 22.1 ft. (6.75 m.) arc. The 21.65 ft. (6.60 m.) distance exists
only at the points on the three point line that are directly to the left and right of the basket

- Also a Rectangular court with wide net in the middle of the court.

-The overall measurements for a volleyball court is 60 ft. By 30 ft. Each side of the court is
therefore 30 ft. in size. In volleyball International leagues, the dimension is 18 m. by 9 m.(59’ x

 Ceiling height
-The playing space is free from any obstructions to a height of 7 m (23') from the playing
 Playing court
-The playing court measures 18 m x 9 m (59' x 29'6").
 Centre line
-The axis of the center line divides the court into two team courts measuring 9m x 9 m (29'6"
x 29'6") each.
 Lines
-All lines on the court are 5 cm (2") wide.
 Boundary lines
-Boundary lines: Two sidelines and two end lines mark the playing court. All boundary lines
are drawn inside the the dimensions of the playing court.
 Attack lines
-Attack lines are drawn in each team court so that the edge of the attack line farthest from
the center line is 3 m (9'10") from the axis of the center line.
Extensions of the attack lines outside the court shall be marked with five 6" lines spaced 8"
apart to a total length of 70" (for national competition).
 Area around the court (free zone)
-The free zone surrounds the court with a recommended minimum width of 2 m (6'6").

- Also a rectangular court and a small scale sport of Football with similar rules.

- A variant of association football played on a hard court, smaller than a football pitch.


-The pitch shall be marked with lines. These lines belong to the areas of which they are
boundaries. The two longer boundary lines are called touch lines. The two shorter lines are
called goal lines.
All lines shall be 8 cm wide. The pitch shall be divided into two halves by the halfway line. The
centre mark shall be indicated at the midpoint of the halfway line. A circle with a radius of 3m (9.8
feet) shall be marked around it.
Quarter circles, with a 6m (18 feet) radius, shall be drawn centred on the outside of each goal
post. The quarter circles shall be drawn from the goal line to meet two imaginary lines 6m (19.6
feet) in length drawn at right angles to the goal line from the outside of the goalpost. The upper
part of each quarter circle shall be joined by a 3.16-m (10.3 feet) line running parallel to the goal
line between the goalposts. The curved line marking the outer limit of the penalty area is known
as the penalty area line.

 The Penalty Mark - A mark shall be drawn 6m (19.6 feet) from the midpoint between the
goalposts and equidistant from them.

 The Second Penalty Mark- A second mark shall be drawn on the pitch 10m (32.8 feet) from
the midpoint between the goalposts and equidistant from them.
 The Substitution Zones -are the areas on the touch line in front of the team benches that
the players shall use to enter and leave the pitch.The substitution zones are situated in front
of the team benches and are 5m (16.4 feet) in length. They shall be marked at each end with
a line 8 cm wide and 80 cm in length, 40 cm of which is drawn on the pitch and 40 cm off the
pitch the area in front of the timekeeper’s table 5m (16.4 feet) to either side of the halfway
line shall be kept clear.
 The Goals shall be placed in the middle of each goal line. They shall consist of two upright
posts equidistant from each corner and joined at the top by a horizontal crossbar.The
distance (inside measurement) between the posts shall be 3m (9.8 feet) and the distance
from the lower edge of the crossbar to the ground shall be 2m (6.5 feet).
The goalposts and the crossbar shall have the same width and depth, 8 cm. The goal lines shall
be the same width as the goalposts and the crossbar. Nets, made of hemp, jute or nylon, shall be
attached to the back of the goalposts and crossbar. The lower part of the nets shall be attached
to curved tubing or another suitable means of support.The depth of the goal, i.e. the distance
between the inside edge of the goalposts and the back of the net, shall be at least 80 cm at the
top and 100 cm at ground level.

- A game for two individuals in which they use Badminton rackets and a shuttlecock for the play.

 Overall Court Dimensions

The overall dimensions of a badminton court is 20 feet by 44 feet. The lines along these
measurements mark the sidelines for doubles play and long service lines for singles play.

 The Net Line

The net line marks the middle of the court where the net is placed, creating a 22 feet by 20
feet area on each side of the net.

 Short Service Line

The short service line is marked 6 feet 6 inches (some are marked 7 feet) from the center
line. The area inside the short service line is also called the Non Volley Zone.

 Center Line
The Center Line is the line that divides the court from the Short Service Line to the Back
Boundary Line. This delineates the Left from Right Service Court.

 Side Line for Singles Play

The Singles Side Line is marked 1 1/2 feet from the edge of the outer boundary (doubles
side line)

 Back Boundary Line and Long Service Line for Singles

The back boundary line is the same for singles and doubles play it is the outermost back line
on the court.

 Long Service Line for Doubles

The Long Service line for Doubles is marked 2 1/2 feet inside the Back Boundary Line.

 The Badminton Net

The badminton net measures 5 feet tall in the center.

An Olympic-size swimming pool conforms to regulated dimensions, large enough for international
competition. This type of swimming pool is used in the Olympic Games, where the race course is
50 metres (164.0 ft) in length, typically referred to as "long course", distinguishing it from "short
course" which applies to competitions in pools that are 25 metres (82.0 ft) in length. If touch
panels are used in competition, then the distance between touch panels should be either 25 or 50
metres to qualify for FINA recognition. This means that Olympic pools are generally oversized, to
accommodate touch panels used in competition.
An Olympic-size swimming pool is used as a colloquial unit of volume, to make approximate
comparisons to similarly sized objects or volumes. It is not a specific definition, as there is no
official limit on the depth of an Olympic pool. The value has an order of magnitude of 1 megaliter

Physical property Specified value

Length 50 m [2]
Width 25.0 m[2]
Depth 2.0 m (6 ft 7 in) minimum, 3.0 m (9 ft 10 in)
Number of lanes 10
Lane width 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in)
Water temperature 25–28 °C (77–82 °F)
Light intensity minimum 1500 lux (140 foot candles)
Volume 2,500,000 L (550,000 imp gal; 660,000 US gal)
Assuming a nominal depth 2 m. about 2 acre-feet o
2,500 m3 (88,000 cu ft) in cubic units.
-There must be two spaces 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in) wide outside lanes 1 and 8 (in effect, two empty
lanes). The length of 50 metres (164 ft) must be between the touch pads at the end of each lane,
if they are used.If starting blocks are used, then there must be a minimum depth of 1.35 metres
(4.4 ft) from between 1.0 metre (3 ft) from the end of the pool to at least 6.0 metres (20 ft) from
the end of the pool. At all other points, the minimum depth is 1.0 metre (3 ft). If the pool is used
for Olympic Games or World Championships, then the minimum depth is increased to 2.0 metres
(7 ft).

 Lobby
- Or Waiting area for people and audiences, usually it is near the entrance for people to
line up in booth or different activities are held and prepared.
 Ticketing Booth
- An Area in which people tend to buy their tickets for different activities and events like
official games. Usually people line up to get their tickets and also it is near the lobby and
entrance of the Sports Centre.
 Public Comfort rooms
- A room for people to use for sanitary purposes and it is usually near or behind the
Playing areas and entrance of the Building. Usually used by public and audiences in the
Sports Centre.
 Utility area
- Room or area for storing cleaning materials and also a changing room for the cleaning
 Maintenance room
- A room like utility area, used for storing and also of repair materials and things in the
 Mechanical Room
- This room or area for mechanical equipment and its associated electrical equipment.
 Electrical Room
- A room for either the lighting connections of the Building. It is usually a check area for
electrical equipment and component connection per areas of the building.
 Locker Room with Shower Room
- Dressing room and Change room is a room or area designated for changing jersey
clothes or playing clothes in a game by athletes, it also has a shower room to use for
athletes before or after their games.
 Official Basketball court playing area
- Area or floor for Basketball court.
 Official Volleyball court playing area
- Area or floor for Basketball court.
- Area or floor for Futsal court.
 Official Badminton court area
- Area or floor for Badminton court.
 Aquatic Center
- Olympic size swimming pool
- Locker and changing room (for official players of swimming events)
- Shower area (for official players or swimmers)
- Utility area
- Public Comfort Room
 Bleachers area
- or seating area for the audience of the sports events. This area are all individually
placed in each courts for viewing and watching of sports they like to watch.
 Strength and Conditioning area
- an area for athletes to train and condition themselves before the games, usually it is a
small room fitness gym.
 Administration office
- a restricted area for different personnel or administrative offices. This is the offices for
employees that makes the sports centre running and going.
 Gift shop Store
- a public facility for people to merchandise goods and usually things about the sports
 Personnel Locker Room
- a Room near the administration office, changing room for game officials and referees.
 Security Room
- Area or room for CCTV cameras and other security personnel's.


 Lobby
- Lobby or lounge area for public use to hangout and waiting area for guests and
 Outdoor Exhibition Area
- Exhibition display placed outside of the convention centre, usually exhibits paintings or
antique things representing the convention centre.
 Information desk
- an area near or in the lobby for information regarding directions of spaces of the centre.
 Cafeteria
- area that sells foods and beverages for the public
 3d Max Room
- cinematic room for watching shows or movies, usually also has a PROJECTOR ROOM.
 Service area
- private area near the backstage for personnel or crews in shows and events
 Main Hall Event
- area where usually main events of the convention centre take place, usually an area for
much more gathering and activities. It has a STAGE in front.
 Backstage
- near the service area and rear area of the stage usually a VIP area or personnel area
 Rehearsal Room
- room for rehearsing and practice also might be near the stage.
 Meeting Rooms
- meeting area for office personnel s in the convention centre
 Administration offices
- offices and working places for the personnel's of the convention centre.
 Cloak Rooms
- or props room for the performers in the stage. Also a changing and dressing room for the
 Indoor Exhibition area
- exhibition display inside the building.
SPORTS CENTRE (Minimum space area programming)

SPACES and person min. capacity TOTAL AREA

 Lobby 20 m2
 Ticketing Booth 12 m2
 Public Comfort rooms (25) 20 m2
 Utility area 14 m2
 Maintenance area 14 m2
 Mechanical Room 16 m2
 Electrical Room 16 m2
 Locker Room (26 per team) 32 m2
 Official Basketball playing area
 Official Volleyball playing area
 Official Futsal Playing area
 Official Badminton area
 Aquatic Center
- Olympic size swimming pool
- Locker and changing room 32 m2
- Utility area 16 m2
- Public Comfort Room 12 m2
 Bleachers area (7500)
 Administration office 50 m2
 Gift shop Store 20 m2
 Personnel office 20 m2
 Security Room 10 m2

CONVENTION CENTRE (Minimum space area programming)

SPACES SPACES and person capacity TOTAL AREA

 Lobby 18 m2
 Outdoor Exhibition Area 43 m2
 Information desk 15 m2
 Cafeteria (100) 50 m2
 3d Max Room (100) 62 m2
 Service area
 Main Hall Event (2500) 80 m2
 Backstage 42 m2
 Rehearsal Room
 Meeting Rooms
 Administration offices
 Cloak Rooms
 Indoor Exhibition area 40 m2
 Public Comfort Room 15 m2