Richmond Oval Roof 1
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Andrew Doran
Richmond Oval Roof 2
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Gerald Epp
Richmond Oval Roof 3
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Gerald Epp
Richmond Oval Roof 4
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Hubert Kang
Richmond Oval Roof 5
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Stephanie Tracey
Richmond Oval Roof 6
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Hubert Kang
Richmond Oval Roof 7
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
 
Richmond Oval Roof 8
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Stephan Pasche
Richmond Oval Roof 9
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: StructureCraft Builders Inc.
Richmond Oval Roof 10
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
 
Richmond Oval Roof 11
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: StructureCraft Builders Inc.
Richmond Oval Roof 12
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Martin Tessler
Richmond Oval Roof 13
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
 
Richmond Oval Roof 14
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
 
Richmond Oval Roof 15
Cannon Design
Richmond, BC
Photo Credit: Cannon Design
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The Richmond Olympic Oval is a multipurpose sports and recreation facility that initially served as the Long Track Speed Skating venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. The 6.5-acre roof structure features hollow, triangular-shaped composite wood-steel arches that span 310 feet and conceal mechanical ducts, electrical conduits and sprinkler pipes. With a unique aesthetic and outstanding acoustic characteristics, novel prefabricated "WoodWave" panels span between the arches and consist of pine-beetle-kill 2x4s. The Oval's concrete base and parkade structure was designed by the Glotman Simpson Group of Companies.
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