Learn more about the Pegula Ice Arena

The Pegula Ice Arena in University Park, Pennsylvania – part of Pennsylvania State University – was built in 2014 for college-level ice hockey matches. Its construction was developed with a BIM execution plan that has now been used as a template for the construction of other arenas. BIM was implemented through 4D modeling and was used at all stages – from design to student-athlete recruitment through to operations and sales – while also reducing construction time and cost, saving over $1.2 million. It also allowed for the creation and use of the Computerized Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE) that helped facilitate the recruitment process.

Learn more about the Pegula Ice Arena

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Inside Pegula Ice Arena – Applied Research Laboratory CAVE Model

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