The scope of the $1.3 million, 28,250-square-foot project includes removal of the aging concrete ice-rink floor; the addition of a new floor, locker rooms, and a mezzanine viewing area; and repainting the building’s interior.
The ice rink was originally built in 1978, but recently began having issues with heaving in parts of the floor due to frost build-up in the soil underneath. The team faces challenges in coordinating the construction work inside an occupied building, but the new floor will be installed with equipment to regulate the ice and ground temperatures.
The project is scheduled to be completed in September 2019.
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