Sport Centers

For unique projects with flair

LAINCO strongly believes that it is essential and primordial to maintain a peerless service, to manage responsibly the outcome of the task at hand, to respect scrupulously the established completion time, to ensure the quality of its product and above all, to respect the clients budget.

ANTONY-CAROLA
SOCCER STADIUM

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Syscomax | Architect : BBBL Architectes
Location : Montréal, QC | Date of completion : 2009
Service

The 70,500 square foot Antony-Carola soccer stadium was designed for St-Jean-Vianney College with stylish trusses of over 200 feet span. The project was completed on time and on budget with innovative manufacturing, delivery and installation methods.

ST-EUSTACHE
AQUATIC CENTER

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Lambda Construction | Architect : Architecte Duquette
Location : Saint-Eustache, QC | Date of completion : 2008
Service

Lainco designed, fabricated and installed the steel structure of the new Aquatic Center of St-Eustache. In addition, this center offers a competitive pool, a recreational pool with a lightly sloped beach, a paddling pool as well as three dives (two 3m and a 5m double tower) in reinforced concrete.

ARTOPEX
SPORTS COMPLEX

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Syscomax | Architect : Dany Langevin Architecte
Location : Granby, QC | Date of completion : 2011
Service

The Artopex Sports Complex was designed primarily for the practice of soccer and other grass sports for the residents of Granby and surrounding areas. The stadium features two 95ft x 180ft soccer fields as well as a two-storey administrative section, dressing rooms, a café-bistro and offices for a total of 63,000 sq. ft. The project was completed on time and on budget with innovative manufacturing, delivery and installation methods.

CHAMBLY
SPORTS COMPLEX

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Syscomax | Architect : Patrice Gamache Architecte
Location : Chambly, QC | Date of completion : 2013

Service

Lainco has designed and manufactured the steel structure of this wonderful complex dedicated to ice sports. This new generation center features several National Hockey League (NHL) sized skating rinks, vast dressing rooms, elite training center, sports shop and a high quality restaurant.

JC PERREAULT COMPLEX

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Construction Sonic | Architect : AEdifica
Location : Saint-Roch-De-L’Achigan, QC | Date of completion : 2015

Service

The project offers a quality sport and recreational infrastructure in a complex housing two ice rinks with National Hockey League (NHL) specifications. In addition to these two 200ft by 85ft ice rinks, the Complex also features dining areas, a bar and a snack bar. Dressing rooms for players, meeting rooms, storage facilities, a sports shop and offices for various organizations are also available.

ACADEMIE LAFONTAINE
SOCCERPLEX

CONCEPTION AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : L’archevêque & Rivest | Architect : Coursol Architecte
Location : Saint-Jérôme, QC | Date of completion : 2014

Service

Lainco designed and manufactured the steel structure of the Académie Lafontaine soccerplex. The primary purpose of this stadium is first and foremost to meet the needs of the Académie Lafontaine students. This extraordinary 52,000 square foot tray is also available for rent from the community. The Académie Lafontaine Soccer Stadium includes two soccer fields (7 vs. 7) which can be converted into a larger soccer field (9 vs. 9).

LANSDOWNE PARK
TD PLACE OTTAWA

DETAILING AND FABRICATION
OF THE STRUCTURAL STEEL

General Contractor : Pomerleau | Architect : Cannon Design
Location : Ottawa, ON | Date of completion : 2014

Service

Lainco is proud to have been part of the Lansdowne TD Place renovation project. The enormous renovation project includes, among other things, the new south benches, major renovations on the north side, several footbridges and ramps as well as the expansion of the lodges and dining areas. The new bleachers on the south side count more than 10,000 seats, including 24 lodges. You will also find sports franchises, locker rooms, Canadian Football League (CFL) and soccer administrative offices as well as a new media room on the top floor. With the north bleachers completely renovated, the Lansdowne TD Place Stadium can now accommodate up to 24,000 spectators.