Trent Community Sport & Recreation Centre
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Square Footage: 80,000
2011, North American Copper in Architecture Award
2011, American School and University Education Interiors Showcase: Bronze Citation
2011, International Interior Design Awards (IIDA) Global Excellence Awards: Honorable Mention: Spa/ Fitness/ Wellness Category
The institutional goals for this project were to provide space for new and expanded programs, support student recruitment and summer programs, generate new sources of revenue, and strengthen partnerships with the local Peterborough community.
The revitalized complex is sited along the western shore of the Otonabee River and creates a prominent entry point at the new West Bank entrance to the campus. The project is planned in two phases. Phase I addition and renovations include a fitness center, rowing center with combination rowing/paddling tank, sports medicine clinic with therapy pool and cardio room, weight area, and classroom space. The expansion takes full advantage of its relationship to the site with views out to the river and easy access to existing docks and launch sites for outdoor training. Phase II, a future student center addition to the west, will share the complex's lobby space and link to existing multi-use spaces and lounge areas.
News + Media
- Two IIDA Global Excellence Award Honors [News]
- Trent Community Sport + Recreation Centre Honored by the American School & University [News]
- The North American Copper in Architecture Award Trent Community Sport & Recreation Center [News]
- Trent Community Sport + Recreation Centre Featured in ArchDaily Student Life, Recreation and Wellness [Publication]