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.
Against All Odds, Some Swim Clubs Manage to Build Dedicated Pools
by Andrew Cohen June 2007
Building a dedicated pool is beyond the wherewithal of most swim clubs, and yet some organizations manage to get it done.
Staging Successful Swimming Events Requires Savvy Strategy and a Host of Volunteers
by Michael Popke April 2007
Staging successful swimming events requires savvy strategy and a host of volunteers.
Recreational Water Illness Outbreaks Spur Interest in Supplemental Disinfection
by Marvin Bynum March 2007
Alarmed by an uptick in recreational water illness outbreaks, some aquatic industry leaders are looking to supplemental disinfection systems.
Fountains of Youth
by Marvin Bynum December 2006
Already popular with the younger set, spray parks are gaining more mature fans, too - thanks to low installation and operational costs.
Pool Operators Challenged to Keep Rehab Clinics and Patients in Good Health
by Michael Popke October 2006
Keeping rehab clinics-and their patients-in good health requires aquatic facility operators to proceed delicately and, in other cases, aggressively.
Trade-Offs Required in Getting an Outdoor Pool Built Within Budget
by Andrew Cohen August 2006
Getting an outdoor aquatic facility built within budget often means making some pretty big tradeoffs.
Behind the Success of Every Great Pool Is a Great Pump Room Staff
by Marvin Bynum July 2006
Behind the success of every great aquatic faciltiy is a great pump room staff.