Harry Howell Twin Pad Arena

Waterdown
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Photo © rdh architects inc
Architects
dpai architecture inc.
Address
27 Hwy 5, L0R 2H0, Waterdown
Year
2014
Cost
1M - 100M
Stories
1-5 Stories


This LEED Silver accredited facility has a design to be 40% more energy efficient than the national energy model for typical arenas, and includes geothermal heating/ cooling, daylighting and natural ventilation, and the utilization of recovered waste heat to warm change rooms, spectator seating and the ice melting pit.


 


The arenas boast 900 seats, with capability for year-round ice on one pad. Central to the design is the integration of warm viewing areas on both levels with the rinks providing a unique user experience. The arena features 12 change rooms, 4 referee rooms, and community spaces. This project was designed in collaboration with Prime Consultants rdh Architects of Toronto.

Related Projects

  • Hitotsubashi University the 100th Anniversary of Josuikai Intelligent Hall
    Miurashin Architect+Associates
  • Ärztekammer Arabellastraße 30
    h4a Architekten
  • Institute for Environmental Medicine and Hospital Epidemiology
    BaruccoPfeifer Architektur.
  • Sport Complex Torre Roja
    Brullet de Luna
  • Estonian Academy of Arts
    LETH & GORI

Magazine

Other Projects by dpai architecture inc.

McMaster Kinesiology Labs
Hamilton
King William Performing Arts District
Hamilton
Stanley Residence
Hamilton
The Seedworks Urban Offices
Hamilton
kg&a studio
Toronto
Brock University Plaza Building
St. Catharines