Home of The St. Louis Blues hockey team, the 19,150-seat Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri attracts nearly 2 million guests per year and is in the top four arenas worldwide for ticket sales. With a stadium so hot, it takes a lot of ingenuity to keep things cool. The Zamboni machine is just the tip of the iceberg.

Consolidated Pipe and Supply played a crucial role in making sure the St. Louis Blues hockey team could shred on a world-class rink and ignite fans. Think of it as a giant refrigerator: the butt-weld pipe laid under the ice is an essential part of the rink’s system, carrying coolant underneath the ice to keep the rink frozen, the players shredding, and the fans on their feet.