Ford Ice Center - LEED® Gold

Ford Ice Center - LEED® Gold

LEED® Gold 2014

Building Features


  • 90,000 sq. houses two National Hockey League regulation sized hockey rinks

  • Managed by the NHL's Nashville Predators in a unique private- public partnership with the city

  • Offers a yoga/ballet studio, four party/meeting rooms, off-ice training space, concessions and hockey pro shop

  • Part of mixed-use complex called the Commons at the Crossing

  • Home of the Vanderbilt, Middle Tennessee State, and University of the South club hockey teams

  • Offers public skate and learn-to-skate sessions, Nashville Predators youth and adult hockey program

  • First rink in the state of Tennessee with Look-Up Line to decrease spinal cord and head injuries in the sport of hockey
  • Potable water use reduction: (Indoor) 40%
  • Construction Waste Diverted from the Landfill: 78%
  • Energy Cost Reduction: 23% (below baseline building)
  • Recycled Content in Materials: 25% (by cost)
  • Regional Materials: 29% (by cost)
  • Use of Low-Emitting materials and low mercury lamps
  • Innovation Point for Material Ingredient Reporting & Leadership Extraction Practices