Whitchurch-Stouffville Fire Station & Arena Complex

  • Client

    Town of Whitchurch-Stoufville
  • Budget

    $24,463,228
  • Size

    62,140 sq. ft.
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Components

  • This 62,140 sq. ft. twin-pad ice arena will share a site with a Fire/EMS station, located near the centre of the Town of Whitchurch-Stoufville. The arena building will house two NHL size ice pads, with change rooms and upper level viewing for approximately 350 spectators per rink
  • The building design is based on sustainable strategies; as an example, much of the waste energy from the ice surface refrigeration process will be recovered to heat other parts of the building. The arena concept is that of a simple box with a masonry base and an upper ‘belt’ of corrugated metal siding, punctured by a dynamic pattern of slot windows that will permit diffuse natural daylight into the rinks
  • The ‘belt’ of siding is continuous at mechanical penthouse areas, where it becomes perforated; it is broken only at the entrance into the lobby, from which simultaneous views to both ice surfaces can be appreciated
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Testimonial

Norlon Builders have shown themselves to be very competent, professional, and committed to delivering the facility on time and with the best quality.

Norlon and their staff have been of great assistance in assisting the client and consultant team in overcoming obstacles and incorporating desired changes along the way.

Brian James Aitken
Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners
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