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Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre and Field House

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Location:
Edmonton, AB
Building Structure Type:
Recreation / Community Centre
Owner/Developer:
City of Edmonton
Architect:
Maclennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects (MJMA) / Kasian (formerly HIP Architects) in Joint Venture
Contractor:
Clark Builders
Number of Storeys:
4
Size:
220,000 sq. ft.
Practice areas
The Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre (CCRC) and Field House is a 16,000 sq. m. addition to the existing Commonwealth Stadium and Recreation Centre (making the entire facility, not including the stadium, in excess of 20,000 sq. m. in total).  The design and construction consists of three phases under one roof; a new indoor practice facility for the Edmonton Eskimo football team (which is also available to the public), renovation and expansion of the existing Edmonton Eskimo facilities within the existing building, and the Community Recreation Centre.  The facilities were designed to LEED Silver standards and is certified. Commonwealth received the 2013 Mayor’s Award for Universal Design in Architecture and the Stephen Barr Award of Excellence for Recreation Facility Design in 2014.