Q&A style story with United Heroes League president and founder Shane Hudella; helping military families access sports, and honoring their legacy.
Two feasibility studies are better than one; a business study paired with an architectural study provide a powerful tool set for ice rink planning.
Q&A with Ken Mills, chief executive with Baltimore County Revenue Authority
First, we InVision; this is our custom planning process that helps you get started building the rink of your dreams and seeks to answer all your questions.
Consider incorporating these innovative features in your recreational facility to attract visitors and keep them coming back.
HTG spoke with Wendy, President of VC Ice Sports, about her mission to bring a new ice rink to Ventura County, California.
When you set out to build your ice arena you want to make sure, like that wedding dress or tux, it fits you perfectly.
The number of seats you want in your ice rink and arena drives building costs. The more seats you want, the more of everything else you need.
Here are eight reasons an architect with rink experience is a smart investment for your project.
Tour the design of the Sno-King Rink and Arena, which is now open and welcoming skaters in Snoqualmie, Washington.
From one hockey parent to another, I hope my lessons learned give you some help and hope as you navigate the world of youth hockey and beyond.
As you begin your ice rink design, a great place to look for inspiration is in the spaces that already exist. And what better place to start than the NHL.
How indoor ice rinks have transformed from single-use ice sheets, to world-class sports facilities.
We sat down with Dave Blanchard, the man behind the Sno-King Snoqualimie project, for a Q&A on why the project was special to him, and the area.
The cost to build an ice rink is a big hurdle to overcome; our Rink-in-a-Box design is a great solution, because it can be built for $6 million or less.
Like most areas of life, the ice industry was not left unscathed by COVID-19. Here’s a breakdown of challenges, strength and positivity coming ahead.
United Heroes League founder Shane Hudella explains how UHL helps military families keep kids in youth sports
Hagerston Ice Arena & Sports Complex is expanding from a one-sheet facility to two-sheets in an effort to attract more teams in the area.
A deep look at the importance of cold and humidity as it pertains to ice conditions and ice arena temperatures.
Multipurpose facilities can bring your community to life.
month into the start of a new decade, we wanted to dive into some trend predictions we see coming in the next 10 years (and beyond).
From ideas to concept design, how HTG's InVision process helps your dream facility become reality.
Use these programs and ideas to attract youth in your community to your ice arena.
The Reisterstown Sportsplex was ready for an expansion to accommodate a growing demand for ice time. Here's how the ice arena designs came together:
Sno-King Hockey Association is implementing unique programs at their ice facility.
Reisterstown Sportsplex general manager Chuck Lawless offers his insight on attracting youth to your facility.
Sports Resource Group Chris Guertin helps explain how to bring more revenue to your recreational facility
Sno-King decided to build a third ice arena to serve the growing demand of hockey/skating in Seattle. See how we helped define and design their vision.
HTG's InVision process will guide you through the early planning and conceptual design stages
HTG Architects will be on hand to discuss your next big project at the North American Rink Conference & Expo, hosted by the U.S. Ice Rink Association.
Learn to Skate USA classes can build a foundation for future customers and revenue generation
The Leavenworth Pavilion retained HTG Architects to design an outdoor pavilion for warm-weather activities and an ice skating facility in the winter.
Facility facts and figures.
Rink Management Services Corporation president Tom Hillgrove chats about the rink industry past, present and future.
Just because the hockey season is over, doesn't mean your season is done.
HTG teamed up with Dr. Manuel Rose to update the decades old Clearwater Ice Arena.
As president at Competitive Edge Rink Consulting, Egan has advised clients including HTG on developing standout arenas worldwide.
How Dr. Rose and HTG brought more ice to the Sunshine State
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community contracted HTG to create a small workout facility for tribe members, but plans evolved into something bigger.
If you’ve ever taken a stride on an indoor sheet of ice, you immediately know the difference between a good sheet and a bad sheet.
You’ve secured the land, money and approval to move forward on an ice arena that will be enjoyed by the community for years to come. So, now what?
In life, there are dreamers and doers. The magic happens when you bring these people together to construct the dreams into something tangible.
They say architecture is the act of bringing art to life. If that’s the case, there’s no question Tom Moorse, HTG partner and architect, is an artist.
Think like a developer: Are the elements of the design attracting people in or adding revenue sources to the bottom line?
Hannah Brandt didn’t step onto the ice and instantly fall in love. Lucky for Team USA, Brandt who won a gold medal at the 2018 Olympics, didn’t quit.
There are many components that go into selecting the right architect for your project – here are 8 that provide a great starting point.
John Gardiner explains why Pagel Ice Arena’s two ice sheets have been a huge hit for the entire Minnetonka Community
On the corner of County Road E just past Highway 61 in Vadnais Heights, Minnesota, sits a private school unlike any other.
In 1962, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration purchased 80,000 acres of land on Merritt Island Florida. This land would become Cape Canaveral.
Having been in the Commercial Architecture field for over 25 years, I sometimes fool myself into believing that I have seen everything.
Visitor flow is an issue for any recreational center. It's important to accommodate large numbers without building a larger facility than necessary.