How to Build an Ice Arena Project (Or Bust!)

 

Dial Ice Rink for Mesa, Arizona

MESA Arizona Dual Ice Arena Schematics Finished

Rink Magazine - Revisited

Published Spring 2003 - Revisited 2016
So, you’ve decided to build an Ice Rink.  All the excitement, success and glory stand in front of you.  There’s nothing in your way.  Thousands of families, children, excitement and fun will be seen everywhere.  The cash will roll in and you’ll smile every time you walk in the door.  It’s possible, but, not without a strong foundation. That foundation is built upon a few blocks:  Client, Time, Program, Expertise and Need.  You will find that these keys are all interrelated, relying of the success of the others.  You cannot build a facility $3 million over budget - you cannot overcharge your hourly rates nor can you operate for 32 hours a day. As an architect, I am surprised by how many forget or have a narrowed view of who the client is.  The client is kids, families, hockey skaters, public skaters, figure skaters, churches, schools, old, young, new and novice skaters – not just one client but many clients.  Any project which focuses on one client is far short of its potential.  Diversification is a key to any businesses success.  Design a facility which will serve all your potential clients. When you schedule your ice, you pay attention to daily, weekly and yearly needs.  You must do the same with the construction of your project.  You cannot have a successful first year if you open mid February.  It must be noted that your schedule is the most important factor affecting not only design, but your abilities to meet commitments.  

Local Architects | Architecture + Master Planning

The Milberger Architectural Group began its journey in 1958 with Joe Milberger coming to Huntsville.  Joe, like so many, was stationed at  Redstone and begin his Architectural Career.  Joe started his own firm in 1962 and grew his practice hiring and training local Architects and Engineers. The firm designed over 250 school projects and by welcomed clients like the Huntsville and Jackson County School Board, Intergraph, SCI and the City of Huntsville.  

New Prototype | Old Building – Lessons in #BIM and #3D Modeling

Things are not always easy.    Especially when you work with existing conditions where you have no control. PLUS .... (Click further for the video)  

New Rink Proposed for Florida

This is a new video for a project in Florida. The complex will have #IceSkating #Hockey, #Tennis and #Basketball. The Milberger Architectural Group Focus is client driven design to create a facility that is successful for the owner, customer and community. Click to see Video  

Dry Run – Project for Proposed Dual Arena in Arizona

This is the first try with #LumenRT and an Ice Arena project proposed in Arizona  The project is proposed as a regional facility to service both #Hockey and #FigureSkaters. The Milberger Architectural Group focus on #IceRink Design leads the nation in a design that understands who the clients are. Mom's, Dad's, Skater, Hockey, Figure Skating, the Public, a Mayor, City Councilman, Operator, Instructor, Adult Hockey Player, Amateur, Professional and beginner. https://youtu.be/1rdSZQggvPw

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