Constructed as an iconic location for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Royal Artillery Barracks shooting venues were delivered by Sisk with sustainability and the innovative use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) at the heart of our strategy.

The three orange, pink and blue dotted buildings - completed in January of that year - were skinned in a white, double-curved membrane façade, studded with vibrantly coloured openings for natural ventilation and access, utilising 18,000m² of fully-recyclable PVC membrane that is free of phthalates; binding agents that are thought to be harmful to health. Inside, they housed 3,800 seats divided between partially enclosed ranges and saw 200,000 visitors and event-goers walk through the doors over the course of the games.