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Acton Arena and Community Centre Expansion

The expansion and renovations to the Acton Arena and Community Centre in Halton Hills transformed the 15-year-old facility by adding 50,000 sq. ft. of building area to include:

  • a second NHL-size ice pad
  • an open lobby with viewing to both rinks
  • a community room
  • spectator seats
  • exterior washrooms

Acton Arena Rink B

As part of the project team, Crozier provided civil site engineering and design services for the twinning of the arena and community centre. The design for a broader “phased” arena construction program for the Town of Halton Hills included additional parking, expansion of the stormwater management program, relocation of a sewage lift station and various exterior services. The stormwater management component targeted LEED Silver certification.

Acton Arena Rink B-Soccer

Unique to this project was the storm drainage design which featured two outlets matched to discharge to pre-existing conditions and structured to balance the drainage between the outlets. The building’s low elevation presented design challenges to existing sanitary sewers and storm outlet. Crozier designed a new duplex sewage pump station to left sewage up to the local sanitary sewer. The use of a low-profile Triton subsurface stormwater storage system reduced earth moving costs, protected the building and a nearby Highway from flooding.

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