One of Ontario's top professional hockey training facilities adds HVAC service to its refrigeration package for seamless support.
This 272,000 square foot recreation space features four ice pads—three NHL-size (200′ x 85′) ice rinks and one IIHF Olympic-size (200′ x 100′) ice rink—and is a busy practice facility for professional hockey players. The rinks contain 23,000 and 11,000 square feet of private dressing room space, respectively. The facility hosts many national and international events—with seating for up to 1,200 spectators—and is recognized as a premier ice facility, setting the standard for training and hockey performance worldwide. The facility also offers ice rentals, leagues, drop-in programs, party bookings, tournaments, and special events.
Running a facility of this size, and one that requires the highest-quality ice and a professional-caliber environment for its visiting athletes—without compromise—is a Herculean task. The efficiency of the equipment has always been crucial to the customer, as well as making sure there are no disruptions to schedules or expectations. One issue in particular was a recurring problem with climate control; specifically, the dehumidification system wasn’t working properly, causing water to accumulate on the roof.
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