Project Description

Playing fields that help adapt to climate change

Frederiksberg is one of Northern Europe’s most densely built municipalities, and multifunctional solutions are therefore highly appreciated.

When space is at a premium, one has to think creatively. At Frederiksberg, MOE is helping to give a sports facility an important dual function.

As most people know, extreme cloudbursts have increased in strength, and therefore there is a need for effective climate adaptation measures.

Six natural grass fields will be replaced by six artificial grass fields, which will also function as delay basins. This solution makes it possible to retain up to 24,000 m3 of rainwater, which will be stored above and below the fields before being routed to the sewage system.

24.000 m3

of rainwater will be stored above and below the fields before being routed to the sewage system.