Recognized as one of the most iconic areas in Calgary, Canada Olympic Park (COP) continues to host an array of international sporting events and serves as one of Calgary’s high performance training centres for summer and winter athletes.
Completed in 1986, CANA was proud to be involved with the construction of the ski jump structures at COP for the 1988 Winter Olympic Games hosted by Calgary. A total of three towers were constructed for the games. Later, CANA completed the Canada Olympic Park Frank King Olympic Visitors Centre Expansion/Renovation, which involved the construction of a new exterior amphitheater to accommodate guests and a variety of stage performances. In 2001, CANA completed the COP Ice House Complex, one of the only facility’s of its kind in the world that is a fully enclosed refrigerated building serving the three sliding sports: bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge.
More recently, CANA has been involved on the construction of both the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and the Markin MacPhail Athletic and Ice Complex for WinSport Canada at COP.