Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC)

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Benson Steel, in a joint venture with Walters Group fabricated and erected the Structural Steel for the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC). 

The facility was completed in July 2014, a year before the scheduled Pan American Games. The 6,000 seat aquatics arena hosted diving, swimming, synchronized swimming and the swimming event of modern pentathlon. 

One of the most important aquatic facilities in Canada, it’s co-owned by the City of Toronto and the University of Toronto Scarborough. This facility is 312,000 square feet has two Olympic-sized (50m), 10 lane swimming pools; a 25m diving tank with diving platforms and spring diving boards; four gymnasiums built to international standards, a 200m indoor track; double story fitness centre; a 41-foot high climbing wall; and four teaching studios.

Photos: Benson Steel Archive.