CJL Engineering designed the mechanical and electrical systems for the mixed-use sports complex that is the official practice space of the Pittsburgh Penguins®. The new UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex is the official practice space of the Pittsburgh Penguins®,the local NHL franchise.
This new 185,000 sq. ft., $70 million facility is comprised of 54,000 sq. ft of clinical space, a Sports Medicine Clinic with 24 private patient rooms, a physical therapy gym overlooking the Penguins practice rink, Aquatic Therapy, on-site MRI and X-Ray imaging, two NHL-size (85 ft. x 200 ft.) hockey rinks with approximately 1,500 seats, 14 locker rooms, a hockey skills training area with a RapidShot system, and a dedicated sports performance space, including a sprinting track and batting cages. The facility also features a Café and retail space. The complex opened in August 2015.