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.
by Paul Steinbach December 2005
Drag, buoyancy, water-repellence -- they all affect how an athlete moves through water, but money too influences what the world's top swimmers choose to wear in competition.
by Michael Popke July 2005
Swimming has become a lucrative programming option for facility operators who know to position themselves in the marketplace.
by Christopher Chivetta October 2004
Temperature and relative-humidity data collected at natatoriums suggests that water in motion may impart a greater demand on HVAC systems than initially thought
by Marvin Bynum August 2004
Computerized automatic controllers serve as an aquatic center's onsite eyes, ears and, yes, brains, allowing facility operators to monitor mechanical systems from near and far
by Michael Popke July 2004
Pool operators must keep a keen eye on evolving standards and guidelines regarding suction entrapment, pool depth and water quality
by Michael Popke August 2002
Gymnasiums, natatoriums and lobbies can be notorious echo chambers, but panels, baffles, banners and blocks can help turn down the volume
by Roy V. Viklund April 1998
Need to accommodate new recreational activities and increase the flexibility of your facility? Multipurpose activities courts may be the solution