Centennial Green was proposed as a renovation to the defunct Centennial Pool in Dawson Creek. The concept involved using the old pool tank as a thermal battery that would store waste heat from refrigeration units on the near-by ice arenas, and then distribute the heat to surrounding community infrastructure. The building itself would be repurposed as a multi-use community centre. The foundation, tank and steel frame of the building is in excellent shape. The prosed design would involve stripping off the old envelop and replacing it with a state of the art “passivehouse” envelope. Unfortunately, after an extensive investigation in collaboration with Stantec, the system was proven to be economically unfeasible. The 10,000 sqft building itself, however, is still worthy of a renovation.