Creating an Olympics Legacy? Call in the Engineers
Canada’s first bobsleigh and luge track—the longest and fastest in the world.
The world’s first enclosed speed–skating oval.
The Saddledome arena.
Alberta engineers played major roles in the design and construction of world-class facilities built for the 1988 Calgary Olympics, creating a legacy for generations to come.
Quick Fact: Frank King, P.Eng., co-founded the Calgary Olympic Bid Committee and was instrumental in Calgary’s winning bid.