For more than a century, The Skating Club of Boston has inspired U.S. figure skaters with a forward-thinking approach and long-standing commitment to excellence. In keeping with this history, the Club is currently underway with an unprecedented expansion by constructing a new, three-rink training facility and performance center in Norwood, MA.
JC&A is working with Studio Troika, AHA Engineers, Northstar Project & Real Estate Services and the Skating Club of Boston. At a ceremony attended by the project team, Olympic athletes Scott Hamilton and Tenley Albright, club coaches, benefactors and Norwood town officials, the Skating Club officially “broke the ice” last month signifying the start of construction.
The new 180,000-square-foot training facility will feature three rinks, a sports injury prevention and strength training center, dance studio, club and team locker rooms, coaches lounge, ticket office, lobby café, Club trophy room, library, multiple guest areas and meeting rooms, and an apparel and equipment store.
JC&A is looking forward to delivering this legacy facility next summer that will form the foundation and benefit the entire figure skating world for the next 100 years!
Check out this video from the official “Ice Breaking” in Norwood.