Robert Crown Community Center, Ice Complex and Library

Originally built in 1974, the Robert Crown Center has long served as a social and recreational hub for the City of Evanston. Currently encountering a number of civil, structural, architectural and mechanical issues, this resource no longer meets the growing needs of the community.

To continue providing innovative programs and services in a safe and modern environment, the City of Evanston is building a new Robert Crown Community Center, Ice Complex and Library. Bulley & Andrews has been selected to serve as construction manager for the project. The new center will include:

  • Two NHL regulation-sized ice rinks with locker rooms
  • Gymnasium space to accommodate two, full-court basketball games and designed for a wide range of sports activities including volleyball, indoor soccer, batting practice and gymnastics
  • 6,000 SF branch library, with multipurpose and study rooms
  • Four-lane running track
  • Fitness/dance room, large enough to accommodate 15-20 people
  • Preschool facility
  • Administrative offices

Client

City of Evanston

Project Size

128,505

Architect / Engineer

Woodhouse Tinucci Architects MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects

Role

Construction manager

Location

Evanston, IL

Service

New Construction

Market

Municipal