The panoramic view of the facade of the Gale Centre.

Niagara Falls

Gale Centre (Four Pad Arena)

Client

The City of Niagara Falls

Budget

$35 Million

Size

180,000 sf.

Completed

May 2010

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

Barry Bryan Associates (1991) Ltd.

The Gale Centre project consisted of the construction of a new 180,000 square foot facility that includes 4 NHL-sized ice pads designed for all year use. The centre included “bowl” seating for 2000 people, a community room, a pro shop, public washrooms, administrative offices, ice re-surfacer rooms and other service spaces. The project also included complete site development for associated asphalt and concrete paving and landscaping.

The ice rink of the Gale Centre.
The corner view at the ice rink of the Gale Centre.
The facade of the Gale Centre on a rainy day.

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