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Rink Renovation Photos

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  • Removing ice making machinery

  • Shaving the ice down for removal

  • Shaving the ice down for removal

  • Removing the ice sheet

  • Ice sheet completely removed

  • Removal of boards and glass

  • Removal of boards and glass

  • Boards and glass completely removed

  • Removing ice making machinery

  • Cutting the old rink floor in preparation for removal

  • Removing the concrete rink floor

  • Removing the concrete rink floor

  • Ice making machinery is almost gone

  • Removing the 3" of insulation under the rink floor

  • Rink floor is almost gone

  • Digging the new header trench

  • Old rink floor is completely removed

  • Pads for new refrigeration equipment

  • Installing new subfloor heating lines

  • subfloor heating is completely installed

  • Installing 5" sand for subfloor

  • Installing sand subfloor

  • 5" sand subfloor completely installed

  • New pumps

  • Insulating main header trench

  • Insulation under the rink floor

  • Installation of refrigeration pipe supports and rebar

  • Receiving new chiller and compressors

  • Installing refrigeration piping

  • New compressors in place

  • U-bends at the ends of the refrigeration piping

  • Installing wire mesh over the refrigeration tube

  • Ready for concrete

  • Concrete day

  • Pouring the 5" concrete floor

  • Pouring the concrete floor

  • Finishing the concrete rink floor

  • Pouring the floor nearly complete

  • Rink floor is complete. Setting up for 14 day wet cure

  • Chiller and pumps in place

  • New pumps installed

  • Wiring the controls

  • Installing piping and conduit in the refrigeration room

  • Putting our green thumbs to work

  • New bushes for the grounds

  • Reinstalling the boards

  • After 3 coats of White paint

  • All painted and sealed in

  • Logo Installation

  • Logo is in

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Rink Renovation Photos

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