Stantec has more than 15,000 employees in over 250 locations, including an office in Spokane. Stantec's services focus on professional consulting in the areas of planning, engineering, architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics. Since 1974, Stantec has completed more than 200 ice projects in 40 states and provinces throughout North America. Their range of projects includes everything from small mountain resort rinks, to community based arenas, to large outdoor/indoor skating venues.

The Riverfront Park Redevelopment's 18-member Design Steering Committee is responsible for interviewing, scoring and recommending finalists to the Park Board for each of the five major design elements of Riverfront Park. The five major design elements include the Public Spaces and Park Grounds (landscapes), the Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility, the Looff Carrousel building, the U.S. Pavilion and Shelters, and the Regional Playground. " />
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Stantec chosen to design the Riverfront Park Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility

— The Design Steering Committee, a group of community members, Park Board, and City officials, has recommended Stantec as the team to design the Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility for the new Riverfront Park. The Park Board will make the final decision regarding the Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility design team by the end of 2015. The decision will be based on the Design Steering Committee's recommendation, reference checks, community feedback, and successful contract and cost negotiations.

The selected Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility design team will work closely with the Design of Public Spaces and Park Grounds (landscape design team), the Berger Partnership and Parks and Recreation staff to develop a plan for summer programming in the Recreational Rink space. The Recreational Rink will be located in the Gondola Meadow (near the corner of Spokane Falls Blvd. and Post St.).

"Stantec was recommended by the design Steering Committee largely because of their extensive experience constructing ice rinks throughout North America," said Park Board President, Chris Wright. "During the interview process, their team clearly demonstrated a unique and far-reaching understanding of the Redevelopment Project and knowledge of how to create a user-friendly and innovative recreational rink."

Stantec has more than 15,000 employees in over 250 locations, including an office in Spokane. Stantec's services focus on professional consulting in the areas of planning, engineering, architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics. Since 1974, Stantec has completed more than 200 ice projects in 40 states and provinces throughout North America. Their range of projects includes everything from small mountain resort rinks, to community based arenas, to large outdoor/indoor skating venues.

The Riverfront Park Redevelopment's 18-member Design Steering Committee is responsible for interviewing, scoring and recommending finalists to the Park Board for each of the five major design elements of Riverfront Park. The five major design elements include the Public Spaces and Park Grounds (landscapes), the Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility, the Looff Carrousel building, the U.S. Pavilion and Shelters, and the Regional Playground.

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