2 edition of Planning and operating a municipal artificial ice arena found in the catalog.
Planning and operating a municipal artificial ice arena
Young, William H.
|Statement||compiled by William H. Young for the British Columbia Recreation Facilities Association.|
|Contributions||British Columbia Recreation Facilities Association.|
|LC Classifications||GV850.7 .Y68 1970z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||85162586|
More information about the first year requests can be found below. Refer to the CIP book for FY for a complete list of proposed projects for fiscal years through Transfer to Capital Reserve - Parks/Playgrounds. Transfer of funds from the operating budget into reserve account for payment of future projects and equipment. D1 artificial ice is UV stabilized to protect against the sun and resistant to impact (chipping) when exposed to cold temperatures. Largest Supplier Thousands of customers trust D1 to provide them with a superior hockey rink; including the homes of youth hockey players, commercial training facilities and many NCAA & professional hockey teams.
The second ice sheet called Ritsche Arena opened in , followed by a second baseball field -- Joe Faber Field -- in The city began operating the nine-hole Veterans Public Golf Course in Dælenenga idrettspark is a sports facility located at Grünerløkka in Oslo, consists of an artificial turf football pitch, a club house and an indoor ice rink— facilities are owned by the Municipality of Oslo and used and operated by Grüner IL, the local sports club.. The venue opened in and was originally used for football, athletics and speed skating.
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Currently operated by The Department of Recreation and Wellness, the Ice Arena was originally designed in and contains the main ice sheet, sized at ’ X 85’. It also houses a studio ice sheet that is 80’ X 40’ and a curling ice sheet at ’ X 57’, as well as a lounge and other supporting facilities.
Low operating costs – the ice arena heats the swimming pool in Oskarshamn Arena Arena Oskarshamn consists of an ice rink, gym and office space, swimming pool, leisure pool, café facilities and an outdoor artificial frozen bandy rink that in summertime is the football field with artificial turf.
The curling ice arena has a 10, square foot concrete floor (4 sheets of ice). The skating arena has a 22, square foot concrete floor (85 X foot artificial ice surface). Located adjacent to the Hamiota Municipal Park, the location of the facility ensures use on a year round basis for a variety of events.
Planning and Operating a Municipal Artificial Ice Arena. Compiled for the British Columbia Recreation Facilities Association. Society, orOttawa. All course handout material is required reading. Recommended reference text books will be announced in class.
Special course considerations: - Fiscal Planning: Budgeting. Before jumping on the rink-building bandwagon, developers must grasp the increasingly sophisticated process of recreational ice refrigeration. As recreational ice sheets spread south like free-falling fragments of a vast glacier, the process of keeping rink surfaces efficiently refrigerated-even in.
Municipal Facilities. The Municipality of the Crowsnest Pass owns and operates numerous recreational facilities (some jointly with various community organizations) including one artificial ice arena, a six sheet curling rink, indoor skateboard park, indoor climbing wall, outdoor swimming pool, gymnasium, a snowboard and downhill ski area, mountain biking trails and a library.
The Operating Budget of $ million gross and ($) million net for Arena Boards of Management will fund: A total of 46, hours of available ice time, comprising of 25, hours of prime time ice.
Ice Programs $18, Telephone $4, Insurance - Property and Liability $60, Insurance - Workers Comp $12, Debt Service $0 Other Contractual Services $6, Venue #1- Indoor Ice Arena OPERATING EXPENSES P.L.A.Y.
Feasibility Study Report May 4 months of ice on demand. Planning for social events. With a refrigerated rink, you will have ice when it is under 50 degrees. In the winter it is very unlikely that you will tip the scales over 50 F, you will now be able to plan birthday parties, family gatherings, and you will.
PARK CITY ICE ARENA REVENUES & EXPENSES 9 Revenues Total % Ice Rental $, $, $, $, 34% Leagues, 22% On-Ice Classes, Freestyle & Off-Ice Programs, 19%.
The first-ever online-only version of the IIHF’s Guide to building an ice hockey arena was a complete rework and reinterpretation of the old IIHF Arena Manual. The guide features drawings, images, technical details, and facts for each of four types of arena projects, ranging from “Small” to “XL”.
Everything Ice is your single source for all items related to ice rink design and construction. With more than 30 years experience and over rink installations, we have the necessary expertise to guide your team from concept to completion. 2. Operation Cost Shares Ice arenas operation demands on significant amount of energy.
As it is estimated, the typical ice arenas consume averagely 1, MWH/year. Hence, the cost of energy consumption is the main operating cost of the ice arenas. Saving operation cost is the key to the sustainable development of arenas. Ice surface temperatures logged over the course of a day will reveal how many resurfacing floods took place, how long it took the ice to recover from each flood, how many compressors came on during recovery, how quickly the compressors came on and how quickly the refrigerant temperature dropped within the chiller.
The winter of to was warmer and no ice could be made. As a result of these winters, plans were put in place to have artificial ice for the arena. The artificial ice plant began operating in late February, Ina polythene tent covered the summer ice at the arena, allowing for ice during the summer months.
Ice Temperature Control For Artificial Ice Rinks (Re-released), June; The Changing Dynamics of Artificial Ice Conditions, March; Alert - Risks of Hot Water over 49 °C ( °F), December; Saving Energy At the Rink Helps Keep Ice Cost Down, December; The Edger - Operational Best Practices, December.
The Education portion of the proposed CIP totals $1, in FY More information about the first year requests can be found below.
Refer to the CIP book for FY for a complete list of proposed projects for fiscal years through Community Center/Arena Hours. Open August 1 - March 30; Closed on all statutory holidays (except for Family Day) Note: Specific hours of operation are dependant on programs operating.
For More Information. Further information on booking times may be obtained by contacting the Taber Aquafun Centre at ext. Fit & FunFamily-owned Highland Ice Arena celebrates its 50th anniversary next month.
“We opened Dec. 14,and we are the longest operating ice arena in Washington,” says Diana Stephens. require particular planning in addition to the more generally applicable guidelines.
This manual provides guidance for the particular planning of these high-risk events, as well as guidance to plan for terrorist and criminal activities. FEMA recognizes that no two events or. Though the entire municipal budget is only about $15 million, the first draft of the plan, which Pullar presented to the Hartford Selectboard last week, includes $18 million in identified needs.We chose Custom Ice for the installation of the unique Ice Palace arena at our summer children's camp north of Montreal.
Engineer Brendan Lenko gave excellent advice and guidance throughout the planning and construction phases. Most importantly, the project was successfully completed a week ahead of schedule and according to budget.James Jones, Recreation Supervisor East Line Road Clayton, NY Phone: Email: [email protected]