Modern and unique design defines the Vale Health & Wellness Centre's exterior.

Port Colborne

Vale Health and Wellness Centre


The City of Port Colborne


$29 Million


145,000 sf.


December 2012

Delivery Model




Multi-Use Recreation Facilities


MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects

The Vale Health and Wellness Centre is a state-of-the-art facility for sport, recreation, health, wellness, entertainment, and commerce, and is the first of its kind in the Niagara region. The 145,000 square foot venue includes two NHL-sized ice pads, a walking/jogging track for all season use, six outdoor Bocce courts and an aquatic centre with lap and leisure pools, a gymnasium and a fitness area.

“The team at Aquicon has been extremely professional in all aspects of the construction process. Their knowledge on a project of this scope and complexity has been a great resource.”

Ron Hanson, Director, Engineering & Operations, City of Port Colborne

The Vale Health & Wellness Centre features beautiful rink space for its community.

Both new arenas include spectator seating, six change rooms for each. The aquatic centre is composed of two tanks, a six lane (25 metre) lap pool and a leisure and therapy pool with ramp access.

Recreation space is provided to the community through the Vale Health & Wellness Centre.
The Vale Health & Wellness Centre features a large performance and recreational pool.

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