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Construction continues in the fieldhouse side of the building, with space for a running track on the second level. Town of Niverville

Construction continues at the Community Resource & Recreation Centre in Niverville, where work has largely moved indoors for the winter. Although there have been some delays, the building is on track to be finished this upcoming June.

The interior is now taking shape, with the arena on the east side and the multiuse fieldhouse on the west side. Between are a series of dressing rooms and bathrooms, above which sit seating areas. The second floor space above the dressing rooms will also house breakout rooms and meeting rooms. A running track follows the perimeter of the fieldhouse’s second level.

Once complete, the fieldhouse will be a gymnasium-like space with hardwood floors, but it will also be customizable for meetings and other public functions. The town foresees that it will be used for large group gatherings, such as high school graduations, concerts, town receptions, and Remembrance Day ceremonies—just to name a few possibilities.



Photo 1: On the arena side of the building, seating has been installed. Concrete has yet to be poured over the ice surface.



Photo 2: Drywall is being installed in the large foyer area inside the building’s entrance. Once complete, this front area will include an indoor playground.



Photo 3: View from the second floor, looking east towards the arena. The second level will include breakout rooms and meeting rooms.


Photo 4: Construction continues in the fieldhouse side of the building, with space for a running track on the second level


Photo 5: The entrance to the fieldhouse.


Photo 6: Wide view of the fieldhouse from the second level.


Photo 7: The second level between the fieldhouse and the arena, overlooking the arena.


Photo 8: The second level, where meeting rooms will be built which will be available for rent.


Photo 9: The running track encircling the upper level of the fieldhouse.


Photo 10: The front entrance area of the multiplex.


Photo 11: Construction workers in the arena seating area.


Photo 12: Long view of the arena seating arena.


Photo 13: Looking west from the corner of the arena surface.

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