Project description

After more than a year of reconstruction, “the SEB Arena” sports complex in Vilnius will reopen in September as the largest indoor tennis, squash and badminton centre in Central Europe. The renovated arena will also feature the region’s first smart tennis court, which will allow for the organisation of highest level international tournaments. At the new AB “Panevežio statybos tresas” head of architects Donaldas Trainauskas project will see a total of 28 indoor tennis courts, 4 squash courts, 4 badminton courts, and 10 mini-tennis courts when the expansion phase of SEB Arena is completed.

The new part of the arena includes 7 additional hard courts and a central court, which is surrounded by grandstands for up to 1,500 spectators, 4 badminton courts and even 10 small tennis courts for the youngest players.

New multifunctional space

The newly built central tennis court is fully meeting the requirements of the International Tennis Federation (ITF), the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), so it will be able to accommodate practically all the tournaments organised by these organisations. The centre court will also be equipped with constant smart court solutions, which will record the speed of tennis players’ serves and strokes, the location of the ball’s contact with the tennis court and other parameters. The court will also be equipped with a professional sound system, space for TV cameras, a camera room and a press centre.

The central court of the new “SEB Arena” part will host not only tennis, but also other sports competitions, concerts and other cultural events. Mobile stands will allow more than 1,500 square metres of space to be transformed if needed.

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Client

UAB Darnu Group

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Project area

7500 m2

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Construction cost

10 mln.

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Software

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We focus on aesthetics, quality, and affordability.