02 - What we do
2022 FIFA World Cup Stadium - Doha, Qatar
As part of the Qatar program to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup Tournament in Doha. The Supreme committee of Delivery and Legacy has worked to develop the different stadia and venues to host this world wide tournament. Jain has been engaged with a Consortium of World Class Contractors on the MEP design, engineering, BIM modeling, clash resolution and shop drawings for the MEP services of the 40,000 seats Stadium in Qatar.
2022 FIFA World Cup Stadium - Doha, Qatar
Jain has been engaged by Joint Venture of Contractors to design and build a 40,000 seats Stadium that will be used by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) to Host the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Jain has been engaged on the MEP design, engineering, BIM modeling, clash resolution and shop drawings for the MEP Services of the project.
Toronto 2015 Pan / Parapan American Games - Markham Pan Am Centre, Canada
International multi-sport games. They were also the largest sporting event in Canadian History. JAIN were retained by the Client (Infrastructure Ontario) as key members of the Planning Design & Compliance Team. The main challenge of the project was developing venues that would fit the needs of the Games while not being over-designed for legacy use. This challenge was met via innovative architectural and MEP design strategies.
JAIN’s role included Peer Review, Energy Modeling, Sustainable Design Consulting and LEED® Facilitation. With the leadership of JAIN and their various colleague firms, all venues were completed on-time, under-budget and achieved a minimum of LEED® Silver Certification by the Canada Green Building Council, Pan Am Sports Centre.
Size: 32,500 m Spectator Seating, Games Mode: 8,500
Hosting swimming, diving, fencing, modern pentathlon, sitting volleyball and roller sports events, the $205-million venue is the largest single investment in Canadian amateur sport history. Its aquatic centre is one of the first in the country to contain two 50m pools and a diving tank. The field house boasts a gymnasium large enough to accommodate four basketball courts or six volleyball courts, a fitness area, a running track, and a sports medicine clinic.
In the spring of 2015, this building became the first on the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus to earn LEED® Gold Certification. Its most noteworthy sustainable features include a geothermal system that provides 40% of the facility’s heating and over 90% of its cooling, and a green roof covering 30% of the roof area.
Markham Pan Am Centre - Canada
Size: 13,700 m Spectator Seating, Games Mode: 4,000
Originally conceived as the Pan Am venue for water polo, the Markham Pan Am Centre also evolved over the course of its programming into the field house that would host badminton, table tennis and Parapan table tennis events during the games. In legacy mode, it serves as a community recreation centre that can contain 12 badminton courts – or six volleyball courts and two basketball courts – in addition to a two-level fitness centre and wide range of multipurpose rooms.
The centerpiece of the Markham Pan Am Centre is its 10-lane Olympic Pool. The depth-adjustable floor in the pool accommodates activities ranging from water polo to diving to learn-to-swim classes for the smallest children. Two moveable bulkheads enable the pool’s division into zones for up to three simultaneous activities.
Careful control of air movement was necessary to prevent the HVAC System from interfering with badminton play. Attention to lighting levels and controls was also crucial to shaping an optimal environment for athletes and spectators.
Sustainable design features of this LEED® Gold Certified Building include demand-controlled ventilation, air-side heat recovery, sophisticated building automation and effective thermal insulation.
Maitland Recreation Facility - Goderich, Canada
The facility is one of the well-known nations’ Hockey arenas. It includes NHL size ice pad, gymnasium, weight training and aerobics areas, lap pools, changing facilities and other training venues. In addition, the building contains an indoor running track which circles above the ice pad and provides a special vantage point for activities on the ice surface. This facility also uses the Ice Kube refrigeration system. In addition, the swimming pool has been constructed using a stainless steel shell which reduces operating and maintenance costs.
JAIN’s completed the design of MEP & Pool Systems for the project and provided supervision during construction. Jain also assisted the Client in obtain Energy-Efficient Funding from the Canadian Government.
East Bayfield Recreation Centre - Barrie, Canada
This facility includes twin pad arenas, a double gymnasium, fitness centre, 25 metre swimming pool complete with a separate teaching pool and family change area, food concession, a baby sitting/preschool area hospitality/multi-purpose room, etc. This facility uses a new technology for refrigeration known as the Ice Kube system. This uses the ground as a heat sink to store excess energy in the winter time which can then be used to provide heating in the winter time. Fresh air to heat pumps is provided by an HRU which also exhausts the air from the building.
JAIN’s scope included MEP Design & Energy Modelling Services as well as full-time on-site supervision.