Q&A completes training center at Madison Square Garden. (Design and Development).
Q&A led a collaborative international team, comprised of the architecture firm of Brisbin Brook Beynon and Turner Construction, the construction manager, as well as all other vendors and consultants, through the intricate project timeline.
"The Madison Square Garden Training Center was a unique project that required meticulous coordination to meet the collective needs of three individual sports teams," said Raymond Quartararo, founder and president of Q&A.
"From the first day of this project, Q&A was there to help us navigate through the complexities of achieving our deadlines and managing our budgets on a fast -paced project," said James Abry, Senior Vice President, Madison. Square Garden.
The MSG Training Center includes two NBA basketball courts, a regulation size NHL hockey rink and media accommodations. The Center is comprised of three wings, each dedicated to an individual team, featuring separate locker and shower rooms, tiered classrooms, weight rooms, training rooms along with separate team offices and a central kitchen and dining facility. Each team has customized high-tech instructional facilities including audio/visual systems for taping games and scouting, as well as individually tailored physical therapy and conditioning rooms and luxurious player lounges.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 18, 2003|
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