An exterior view of the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena.

Hamilton

North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena

Client

The City of Hamilton

Budget

$17 Million

Size

91,000 sf.

Completed

April 2012

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

LEED

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

Rounthwaite Dick & Hadley Architects Inc. (RDH)

This project involved the construction of a new 91,000 square foot twin-pad arena that includes two NHL standard ice pads with a total seating capacity of 890 spectators. One ice pad remains operational year round. This project is LEED® Silver Certified.

The North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena features a beautiful rink with plenty of space for an audience.
The North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena features open communal space for its guests users.
View of the rink at the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena from the audience's perspective.
Conference and meeting rooms are available for the community at the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena.
The North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena features a beautifully modern design with sharp lines and angles.
Plenty of seating and lounge space is provided to the guests of the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena.
The North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena features wide and open corridors for easy mobility and access.

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