Ice rink

Close to the Arctic Circle

The Grand opening ceremony of the new Avangard ice hockey rink realized by Astron Builder Magnum, recently took place in Muravlenko, a Russian city located 300 km from the arctic circle.

The indoor hockey rink was built within the cooperation Agreement between PJSC Gazprom Neft - dedicated to support projects aimed at developing junior and mass sport, programs for education, culture, health - and the YANAO Government.

The 5,497 m² building consists of a 42.4 m wide single-span block to accommodate an Olympic size ice rink of 60 by 30 meters, changing rooms for hockey players, rooms for coaches, a sauna unit with a massage room, medical and administrative rooms, etc.

On the second floor, there is a hall for strength sports, a conference hall, a hall for choreography with mirrors and dance bars, administrative offices and two changing rooms.

LPR1000 system with 260 mm insulation was selected for roof, and 200 mm TRIMO sandwich panels for the wall system. The Ice arena hall can accommodate 400 people, including seats for people with limited mobility.

The head of the arctic region, Dmitry Kobylkin stated: “This is a long-awaited project. I thank the participants in creation of this nice ice rink. Thanks to them, children can play sports in modern environment”.