Elemental
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Pitt Meadows Arena

During the design phase of Pitt Meadows Arena, two design alternatives were provided with detailed budgeting for review and approval by City Council. The design allowed for public access during the construction period. Elemental worked closely with the City to obtain $1 million in funding from the federal government RInC program and assisted with obtaining quotations for energy studies. Funding for the studies were reimbursed by Power Smart/BC Hydro and incentives were received for arena lighting upgrades and replacement of the refrigeration, evaporative condenser, and mechanical HVAC equipment. Pitt Meadows Arena is the winner of the 2013 RFABC Outstanding Recreational Facility Award.

Project Team

Project Team

Architect: Elemental Architecture & Interiors Inc.

Structural Engineer: Glotman Simpson Consulting Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: AME Consulting Group

Electrical Engineer: AES Engineering Ltd.

Refrigeration Engineer: Bradley Refrigeration Ltd.

Geotechnical Engineer: Golder Associates Ltd.

Client: City of Pitt Meadows

The Challenge

The Challenge

A full building envelope remediation, construction of an additional arena, and reconfiguration of interior space while the building remained open. The project also required complex phasing to adhere to the client's budget.A full building envelope remediation, construction of an additional arena, and reconfiguration of interior space while the building remained open. The project also required complex phasing to adhere to the client's budget.  

Winner of the 2013 RFABC Outstanding Recreational Facility Award

Winner of the 2013 RFABC Outstanding Recreational Facility Award

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Project Details

Project Details

Project Budget: $8.6 Million

Completion Year: 2012

Location: 11435 Bonson Road, Pitt Meadows, BC

Arena Interior

Arena Interior

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3-D Rendering

3-D Rendering

3-D rendering of Pitt Meadows Arena created using REVIT and Sketchup software.

Construction Phase

Construction Phase

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Before

Before