Mississauga, ON, Canada
Phase One: This multi-award winning $30M arenas complex serves as the flagship component of a high performance sports park, which includes the main spectator arena and three community ice rinks each with 500 seat viewing galleries. Within the 5400- seat main stadium are 27 private box suites, club lounge, central public restaurant, offices and various retail shops. Designed to accommodate major sporting events, trade shows and entertainment activities, this facility was designed and constructed in 12 months using a fast-track mode of construction management.
Phase Two: The success of the Hershey Centre Arena Complex led the City of Mississauga to engage our team once again to provide expansion plans for the community rinks portion of this complex. This phase of the project involved the subsequent addition of two rinks located alongside the existing single pad rink, in accordance with the original master plan. The design of the new interconnected rinks is based on a central support spine, in a back-to-back configuration on two levels. The grade level supports the needs of the participants, providing access to change areas. The upper level serves the needs of spectators, including tiered seating capacity of 300 persons per rink. Open viewing areas within the rinks are linked to an upper level, viewing gallery, serviced by a generous concessions area with casual seating areas providing views to both rinks below.
Phase Three: This $35M international calibre sports complex was developed as a separate building to complement the award winning facilities of the adjacent Hershey Centre. Designed as a multi-purpose facility to accommodate citywide recreation programs and sports tournaments, its largest program component is a FIFA sized indoor soccer field with a 60 ft clear ceiling height. Other major program spaces include a triple gymnasium; and a high performance competition level gymnastics facility for amateur and elite athletes. The main entrance to the 3-storey building occurs at grade from the second floor, creating a spectator concourse level that boasts simultaneous views into the three major areas of play. This central concourse also provides access to a Sports Hall of Fame gallery, community-meeting rooms, cafeteria, offices and participant change rooms on the lower level. Exterior sports amenities include two artificial surface soccer fields and a washroom/change room building.
5400 seat spectator arena
27 private box seats
3 community NHL ice pads
FIFA indoor soccer field
Triple gymnasium field house
Competitive gymnastics / training facility
Sports Hall of Fame
City of Mississauga