Rogers Arena Edmonton

Rogers Place is a state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena located in downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It serves as the home arena for the Edmonton Oilers, an NHL (National Hockey League) team, and the Edmonton Oil Kings, a junior ice hockey team. The arena hosts a wide range of events, including hockey games, concerts, sporting events, and cultural performances, making it a vibrant entertainment hub for the city and the region. Rogers Place is known for its modern design, advanced facilities, and its role in revitalizing the downtown area of Edmonton.

Architect:        HOK
Engineer:        ME Engineers / Hemisphere Engineering Inc.
Project Size:   1,110,900 sq.ft
Location:         Edmonton, Alberta

Ductless Split City-Multi

Canada’s first certified LEED Silver National Hockey League arena

Klass Mechanical provided over 190 tons of cooling to demarcation, audio, fire command, elevator machine and electrical rooms. Mitsubishi Electric’s ductless split City Multi systems allowed for easy installation and configuration flexibility in this project. Additionally, to adhere to LEED certification standards, heat expelled from electrical and machine rooms were recovered to heat the underground garage.

Rogers Place Arena