The project will construct a four level 98,250 ASF/ 120,000 GSF new facility and renovate 8,000 GSF in the existing Kohl Center located at 601 West Dayton Street for a women’s/men’s hockey practice facility and women’s hockey performance facility. The new construction will include a 90’ x 200’ ice sheet, spectator seating for approximately 4,000, team locker rooms for UW, visitor locker rooms, concessions, public toilets, pre-function/circulation space, and women’s hockey coaches’ offices. It also includes a support services location for our men’s and women’s swimming programs. The main feature of this space would include locker and team room functions to support both of these teams.
This is an accordion element with a series of buttons that open and close related content panels.
|A/E & Other Fees||$2,313,000|
|% for Art||$84,000|
|10% Concept Report||07/2009|
|35% Design Report||09/2009 – 01/2010|
|Construction Documents||02/2010 – 08/2010|
|Construction||05/2011 – 10/2012|
|User Reps||Barry Fox|
|UW PM||Ann Hayes|
|DFD PM||Sam Calvin|
|A/E||Kahler Staler, Inc.|
|Landscape Arch.||Ken Saiki Design|
|General Contractor||J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.|
|Plumbing||Zimmerman Plumbing, Inc.|
|Mechanical||General Heating Inc.|
|Fire Protection||Fireline Sprinkler Corp.|
|Electrical||H&H Electric Inc.|
|Total Project $/GSF||$262.70|
- LEED Silver
- Water Efficiency
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Innovation in Design
- Quarterly Report Project PDF
All plants and grass surrounding this site require no irrigation.
Low-emitting paints, sealants, adhesives, carpets and furnishings were used throughout this facility.
The LaBahn Arena is the first project in the U.S. to use Bubbledeck ®, a structural support system using plastic spheres.