Innovations cut ice arena's energy use in half

11/6/2009 | Daily Commercial News

An innovative building structure and the use of earth science technologies allow the South Interlake Recreation Center in Manitoba to use half of the energy of a conventional ice arena. Winnipeg's Tower Engineering Group, which helped design the arena, recently received top scores for technical innovation in the 2009 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards for its work on the project.

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