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From wood to wonders
HASSLACHER NORICA TIMBER, from wood to wonders

North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex

Surrey, British Columbia

© CalvinOwenJones & StructureCraft
© CalvinOwenJones & StructureCraft
© CalvinOwenJones & StructureCraft
© CalvinOwenJones & StructureCraft
© CalvinOwenJones & StructureCraft

The North Surrey sports and ice stadium located in the Canadian city Surrey in southwest British Columbia is place of three ice areas and offers in addition space for furhter sporting activities. Long-span hybrid timber/steel trusses span up to 43 m to form the main roof support. The roof covers an area of around 10,219 m². The king-posted trusses consist of Glulam top chord, steel rod tension chord and HSS web members. For this project of the customer StructureCraft glued laminated timber and glulam special components were delivered by container from the HASSLACHER's production sites Magdeburg and Kleinheubach respectively.

Project information
Location: Surrey, British Columbia
Customer: StructureCraft
Architect: Francl Architecture
Structural analysis and design: StructureCraft
Builder: Lark Group
Year of construction: 2019
Products used: glulam, glulam special components