Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena
Irvine, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Jeff Mixer
COMPLETION DATE
May 1, 2019
CLIENT
LPA, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Recreation

In Irvine, California, Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena combine the largest community ice complex in the region with a training facility for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Additional amenities include a pub, amphitheater, classrooms, and an array of outdoor public spaces. tk1sc provided Electrical, Fire Protection services, Architectural Lighting Design, Low Voltage system design services, and building commissioning for this project. tk1sc also completed design services for a 1.4-megawatt solar plant.  This project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification.

The $110 million, 280,000 square-foot project was designed around the vision of Ducks owners, Henry and Susan Samueli, to create a public resource to promote ice sports and health and wellness in the region. Great Park Ice was financed by the Irvine Ice Foundation, a nonprofit created by the Samueli's. At the end of the 50-year lease, ownership will revert to the community.

The Great Park Ice facility is a 280,000 square foot ground-up facility within the Orange County Great Park sports complex, which features various outdoor sporting venues. The building features four indoor ice rinks — three NHL regulation rinks and one Olympic regulation rink — a full-service restaurant and bar, a café, and a gym. It serves as the new training facility for the Anaheim Ducks® National Hockey League team. The project's goal was to make a highly functional space for users that is energy efficient for all-day use, highly controllable for various event types, and aesthetically impressive through scale, palette, and integration.

The rinks are illuminated with a total LED sports lighting solution connected to the building's dimming system for maximum controllability. One of the NHL rinks features 2,500 seats, a jumbotron screen with moving lights, and dmx controlled lighting for hosting an array of high-level entertainment and sporting events. The lobby, designed for high traffic volumes, features a double-height ceiling and wide circulation lit from linear pendants neatly organized within the acoustical baffle system at the ceiling. The baffles and lights are also arranged to align with the façade mullions furthering the architectural integration. The linear language is further celebrated at the entry portals to each rink and acts as wayfinding to lead users inward. The lobby illumination and varied blue-tinted glass façade create a lantern effect patterned in blue, white, and orange from the different visible surfaces from the exterior. The building uses a central control system and individual sensors to meet the strict energy code and reduce energy in unoccupied space, when daylight can be harvested from the tall glass façade, or when an event needs less light.

PROJECT TEAM:
Jeff Mixer
Charles Hutchinson
Bradley Nelson
Richard Brysacz
Images Courtesy of
Brad Nelson
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PROJECT LEADER
Jeff Mixer
COMPLETION DATE
May 1, 2019
CLIENT
LPA, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Recreation

In Irvine, California, Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena combine the largest community ice complex in the region with a training facility for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Additional amenities include a pub, amphitheater, classrooms, and an array of outdoor public spaces. tk1sc provided Electrical, Fire Protection services, Architectural Lighting Design, Low Voltage system design services, and building commissioning for this project. tk1sc also completed design services for a 1.4-megawatt solar plant.  This project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification.

The $110 million, 280,000 square-foot project was designed around the vision of Ducks owners, Henry and Susan Samueli, to create a public resource to promote ice sports and health and wellness in the region. Great Park Ice was financed by the Irvine Ice Foundation, a nonprofit created by the Samueli's. At the end of the 50-year lease, ownership will revert to the community.

The Great Park Ice facility is a 280,000 square foot ground-up facility within the Orange County Great Park sports complex, which features various outdoor sporting venues. The building features four indoor ice rinks — three NHL regulation rinks and one Olympic regulation rink — a full-service restaurant and bar, a café, and a gym. It serves as the new training facility for the Anaheim Ducks® National Hockey League team. The project's goal was to make a highly functional space for users that is energy efficient for all-day use, highly controllable for various event types, and aesthetically impressive through scale, palette, and integration.

The rinks are illuminated with a total LED sports lighting solution connected to the building's dimming system for maximum controllability. One of the NHL rinks features 2,500 seats, a jumbotron screen with moving lights, and dmx controlled lighting for hosting an array of high-level entertainment and sporting events. The lobby, designed for high traffic volumes, features a double-height ceiling and wide circulation lit from linear pendants neatly organized within the acoustical baffle system at the ceiling. The baffles and lights are also arranged to align with the façade mullions furthering the architectural integration. The linear language is further celebrated at the entry portals to each rink and acts as wayfinding to lead users inward. The lobby illumination and varied blue-tinted glass façade create a lantern effect patterned in blue, white, and orange from the different visible surfaces from the exterior. The building uses a central control system and individual sensors to meet the strict energy code and reduce energy in unoccupied space, when daylight can be harvested from the tall glass façade, or when an event needs less light.

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Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena
Irvine, CA
Home
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Projects
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Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena
PROJECT LEADER
Jeff Mixer
COMPLETION DATE
May 1, 2019
CLIENT
LPA, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Recreation

In Irvine, California, Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena combine the largest community ice complex in the region with a training facility for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Additional amenities include a pub, amphitheater, classrooms, and an array of outdoor public spaces. tk1sc provided Electrical, Fire Protection services, Architectural Lighting Design, Low Voltage system design services, and building commissioning for this project. tk1sc also completed design services for a 1.4-megawatt solar plant.  This project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification.

The $110 million, 280,000 square-foot project was designed around the vision of Ducks owners, Henry and Susan Samueli, to create a public resource to promote ice sports and health and wellness in the region. Great Park Ice was financed by the Irvine Ice Foundation, a nonprofit created by the Samueli's. At the end of the 50-year lease, ownership will revert to the community.

The Great Park Ice facility is a 280,000 square foot ground-up facility within the Orange County Great Park sports complex, which features various outdoor sporting venues. The building features four indoor ice rinks — three NHL regulation rinks and one Olympic regulation rink — a full-service restaurant and bar, a café, and a gym. It serves as the new training facility for the Anaheim Ducks® National Hockey League team. The project's goal was to make a highly functional space for users that is energy efficient for all-day use, highly controllable for various event types, and aesthetically impressive through scale, palette, and integration.

The rinks are illuminated with a total LED sports lighting solution connected to the building's dimming system for maximum controllability. One of the NHL rinks features 2,500 seats, a jumbotron screen with moving lights, and dmx controlled lighting for hosting an array of high-level entertainment and sporting events. The lobby, designed for high traffic volumes, features a double-height ceiling and wide circulation lit from linear pendants neatly organized within the acoustical baffle system at the ceiling. The baffles and lights are also arranged to align with the façade mullions furthering the architectural integration. The linear language is further celebrated at the entry portals to each rink and acts as wayfinding to lead users inward. The lobby illumination and varied blue-tinted glass façade create a lantern effect patterned in blue, white, and orange from the different visible surfaces from the exterior. The building uses a central control system and individual sensors to meet the strict energy code and reduce energy in unoccupied space, when daylight can be harvested from the tall glass façade, or when an event needs less light.

PROJECT TEAM:
Jeff Mixer
Charles Hutchinson
Bradley Nelson
Richard Brysacz
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