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Ice Skating Facilities
Concerned with Design

      The following links illustrate ice skating facilities that feature different energy conservation designs without ignoring the needs of spectators and recreational/competitive skaters. In many of the examples, the design actually increases the profit for investors.

      Examples of facilities whose designers/architects were concerned with energy conservation, plus user and spectator design issues:
References:
 
Starting An Ice Skating Rink

Facility Ownership Models

A Business Plan for an Ice Facility Complex

High School & College Club JV & Varsity Skating Teams

Ice Skating Rink Index

Ice Skating Disciplines

Athletes Health & Wellness Services

Skaters Educational Choices

Summary of Educational Choices
  
  
   
   
Resources:

The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:

The Ultimate Ice Skating Facility
Introduction
Planning a New Ice Skating Rink
Summary - Developing New Ice Skating Rinks
Executive Summary
Formulating a Rink Proposal
Feasibility Study
Demographics
Business Financial Structures
Rink Feasibility Study
Facility Design Issues
Facilities Concerned with Design
Design Principles
Ice Skating Rink Business
PDF  When Bigger is Better
PDF  How An Ice Arena Works


    

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