MTS CentreWinnipeg Jets
The MTS Centre is home to the NHL's Winnipeg Jets. The Centre opened in 2004 with construction costs of $133.5 million Canadian dollars. Construction time was 19 months. The stadium was first known as True North Centre. The stadium has room to seat 15,004 for hockey games, around 16,000 for concerts, and 13,198 for rodeo and motocross events. There are 15 women's restrooms and 12 men's. The stadium features four skywalk paths that connect to four locations: Portage Place, City Place, Somerset Building, and the Power House. The stadium is big on "being green" and recycles about 100 lbs of material daily. The stadium only uses energy efficient lighting with fluorescent lighting inside and LED lighting outside the facility.
- MTS Centre
300 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Ma R3C 5
Call at 1 204-987-7825
- True North Sports & Entertainment Limited
- Sink Combs Dethlefs Number TEN Architectural Group
- Center Ice
- There are five public elevators located in MTS Centre in four different locations. They are located as follows: two in the Northeast foyer (Gate 1), one in the Southeast foyer (Gate 2), one inside the Manitoba Lotteries Main Concourse by Tim Hortons and o
- Hockey: 15,004 End-Stage Concert: 16,170 Centre-Stage Concert: 16,345 Rodeo/Motocross: 13,198
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- A designated smoking area is located outside the building in the south end of the Manitoba Lotteries Main Concourse.