Eagle Lakes Aquatic Facility

Eagle Lakes Aquatic Facility

Naples, FL 2019

Project Description

The new Eagle Lakes Aquatic Facility serves families in East Naples with a series of aquatic amenities that cater to several age groups with the primary focus of learning to swim and getting children exposed to water. Older children can enjoy the family pool, with its zero-depth entry and water toys. Teenagers and adults can have their thrills with the dual water-slide tower, and adults and advanced swimmers can take advantage of the lap pool that also serves as the community's competition arena.

Several design choices helped save money for this publicly funded project. One example was the use of slide runouts instead of having the slides empty into a stand-alone pool. The specialty water features on both the toddler pool and the family pool, the lap pool's geothermal heating system, the UV sterilization and filtration, and the stainless steel play equipment all combined to this a unique project with some superior advantages: sustainability, long-term cost-savings, and ease of operation.

Project Details

Architect: Victor J. Latavish Architect
Construction Cost: $9.2 million
Square Feet: 30,000
Occupancy: June 2018

ADA Lifts: Spectrum Aquatics

Chemical Control Systems - : BECS Technology, Inc.

Filtration Systems - : Neptune Benson Inc.

Sanitization Systems - : ETS UV Technology

Water Play Features - : Vortex Aquatic Structures Int'l Inc.

Water Slides: Vortex Aquatic Structures Int'l Inc.

Architect Of Record

Victor J. Latavish Architect
Naples, FL

Aquatic Engineer

Aquatic Design & Engineering
Orlando, FL