ESKIMOS QUARTERBACK RICKY RAY APPROVES OF FIELD HOUSE

This is spectacular and it's not even done yet […] The facilities here are just unbelievable and we're going to be the spoiled ones to take advantage of it for the first few years." – Ricky Ray, Edmonton Journal.

The first phase of the Edmonton North Central Field House and Multi-Use Recreation Complex is well under construction, and getting rave reviews in the press. From the team quarterback to the CFL Commissioner, the North Central Field House – slated for opening by 2010 Grey Cup – is being hailed as a benchmark project.

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2010/06/14

THREE NEW EXCITING PROJECTS: HOCKEYVILLE, PRIVATE CLUB, SPORT INSTITUTE

We’re excited to start work in beautiful Northwestern Ontario. MJMA and local architect KSGM (Kuch Stephenson Gibson Malo Architects + Engineers) are leading the programming and design of a community rink and recreation centre in the Town of Atikokan, 200 kms west of Thunder Bay. We look forward to providing state-of-the-art facilities for this hockey-obsessed ‘Hockeyville’ community.

7S Group has retained MJMA to spearhead the hybrid Markham Warden Square Development project, which includes two 60,000 sq.ft. office towers and a members-only recreation and social club on a masterplanned site in the heart of Markham’s business district. 7S Group is a Calgary-based developer committed to sustainability and design excellence.

The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport at the University of Toronto will be Canada’s newest leading Sport Institute. MJMA and Vancouver-based Patkau Architects recently won the design competition, and are currently moving forward with refining the programming. The Goldring Centre will also be a featured venue in the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games.

2010/06/14

DESIGN COMPETITION WINNER - GOLDRING CENTRE FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT

MJMA is pleased to announce that Patkau Architects and MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects, in joint venture, have been selected as the winner of the design competition for the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport at the University of Toronto. Design development and programming will commence this summer, with anticipated project completion by 2013.

The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport, part of the Varsity Centre athletic facilities campus, will bring together top researchers, graduate students, sport scientists, athletic therapists, coaches, and athletes to create Canada’s newest leading Sport Institute. The $38.5 million sports complex will house research and teaching labs, a strength and conditioning centre, a state-of-the-art sport medicine clinic and a 2000-seat basketball and volleyball field house. The Goldring Centre will also host futsal and other court related sports as part of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

We look forward to working with the University of Toronto on this very exciting project.

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2010/06/01

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