Beijing Olympics Venues Garnering Attention for Evocative Nicknames
by Andrew Cohen April 2008
Some of Beijing's highest-profile Olympics venues are garnering attention for the evocative nicknames they inspire.
Regenerative Media Filters Considered the Wave of the Future
by Paul Steinbach April 2008
With their ability to use media over and over again, regenerative filters are considered the wave of the future.
People Using Pool Chemistry Testing Equipment Most Responsible for False Readings
by Nicholas Brown February 2008
Pool chemistry testing equipment tends to absorb most of the blame for false readings, despite the fallibility of people who handle it.
College Aquatics Complex Features "Shamu Shelf"
by Andrew Cohen February 2008
The "Shamu shelf," at the Gregory Gymnasium Aquatic Complex looks a lot like the shallow area for Sea World's killer whale. But it's students at the University of Texas at Austin who love to show off here.
Humidity Control Promotes Health of Occupants and the Building Itself
by Paul Steinbach October 2007
Efficient humidity control safeguards not only the comfort and health of an athletic facility's occupants, but the well-being of the building itself.
L.A. Residents Protest Lack of Access to a New Pool
by Nicholas Brown September 2007
L.A. residents protest lack of access to a recently built Olympic-size swimming pool.
Unlimited Access; Promotional Copy
by Michael Popke September 2007
Reviews of Sports Publicity: A Practical Approach and NSPF's online Official Swimming Pool Design Compendium
Spraygrounds Are Low Maintenance, But Still Require Oversight
by Paul Steinbach August 2007
A low-maintenance alternative to pools, spraygrounds still require operators to keep close tabs on mechanical systems and even end users.
East River Floater
by Nicholas Brown July 2007
A new barge-mounted pool will serve more than one New York borough.
Pool Renovations Are Driven by Physical Needs and Functional Desires
by Paul Steinbach July 2007
Today's pool renovations are driven not only by physical needs, but by functional desires.