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Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre

Project Overview

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) is the largest purpose-built venue developed for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games, and the greatest investment made in Canadian amateur sport history.

Co-owned by the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) and the City of Toronto in a unique partnership, the project is a tribute to the collaborative efforts of multiple stakeholders with varying needs, including TO2015, Infrastructure Ontario, and Sport Canada.

At 393,628 square feet, it includes seating for 8,000 spectators, two internationally sanctioned 10-lane, 50-metre pools, a 5-metre deep diving tank, a four-court gymnasium, an indoor walking/running track, a climbing wall, conditioning rooms, a high-performance testing centre, studio spaces, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

Along with national amateur sport organizations that call TPASC home, including Wheelchair Basketball Canada and the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario, the amenities provided at the TPASC are creating a lasting legacy, attracting residents of the community, UTSC students, faculty and staff, and recreational and high-performance athletes, for years to come.

DETAILS

CLIENT:
Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation
PROJECT LOCATION:
Toronto, ON
PCL OFFICE:
Toronto – Buildings & Civil Construction
COMPANY:
PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
SECTOR:
Buildings
MARKETS:
Green - Sustainable Construction, Sports and Entertainment
DELIVERY METHOD:
Public Private Partnership (P3)

Awards

2016 Global Best Project - Sports/Entertainment - Engineering News Record (ENR)

Facilities of Merit 2015 - Athletic Business Magazine