Sports & Recreational Facilities

Pagel Ice Rink Addition | Minnetonka, Minnesota

The second rink at Minnetonka’s Pagel Activities Center is ready for action! It was a pleasure partnering with the Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association, Oppidan and HTG Architects. Great job to everyone involved. Greystone is proud to have served as general contractor on this beautiful facility.

Four Seasons Curling Club at Fogerty Arena - Blaine, MN

Greystone built this beautiful curling arena for Fogerty Arena in Blaine, Minn.

Minnesota Amusement Park

This was truly a unique and complex project that consisted of five new buildings and work on two existing retail booths. All work was completed during the amusement park's seasonal shutdown in the winter of 2011. The project was completed on time within the confines of a tight site with limited access.

Sunnyside marina boat storage

Sunnyside Marina Boat Storage - Oak Park Heights, MN

Sunnyside Marina is the premier marina on the St. Croix River who hired Greystone Construction and Natural Light Fabric Structures to remodel the slips with fabric covers to better protect customers' boating equipment.

Athletic Practice Facility - University of Missouri, Rolla

Greystone constructed a 123' x 122' fabric building with insulation, steel doors and overhead door for use as practice facility for an athletics program.

The Zone Athletic PracticeFacility - Ruston, LA

This fabric building is used as an athletic facility in Ruston, Louisina where young baseball and softball players can increase their skills and speed.

Forest Lake Hockey Association Ice Arena

The Forest Lake Hockey Association turned to Greystone to construct a fabric building for use as a hockey arena. The 119' x 216' fabric structure protects players from wind and precipitation.

Shakopee Community Center

Multi-Use Recreational, Meeting and Office Facility

Fogerty Ice Hockey Arena - Blaine, MN

Fogerty Arena partnered with Greystone to construct this award-winning ice rink, locker rooms and offices.

Huber Park

This project was constructed in historic Huber Park on the shores of the Minnesota River. There are two buildings that consist of a restroom/storage facility and an open air performance shelter.