Rogers Place Arena Project

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Image Credit: City of Edmonton

Ranking for 2016: 75

Industry Sector: Public Building

Specific Sector: Social

Range: 0 - $500,000,000

Project Value: $606,500,000

Federal: $7 million

Provincial: $32 million

Government Funds Involved:

Funding Source: Public-Private

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2016

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Rogers Place, Edmonton’s new downtown arena, will become the centre of a new entertainment district in the heart of Alberta’s capital city and the new home of the Edmonton Oilers. The design will integrate the $480-million arena with an adjacent $7-million light-rail transit station and a $15-million outdoor pedway that provides event space and a pedestrian connection with adjacent development. Plans also include a $21-million, 1,000-seat community rink attached to the arena, an overpass, and a large $53-million Winter Garden providing a climate-controlled event venue for public use.

Work on Rogers Place began on March 3, 2014. The first phase, excavation and foundation work, was completed in 2014. The build entered the second phase in fall 2014, which includes erecting the steel and concrete structure. The entire build is expected to take 2.5 years, with the arena opening in fall 2016.

• Federal- $7 million

• Provincial- $32 million

• Municipal- $279 million

• Private- $288.5 million ($161.5 million from Edmonton Arena Corporation (EAC), $125 million ticket surcharge, $2 million MacEwan University)


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