During the month of February, AB is putting the spotlight on our coverage of aquatics and aquatics facilities. Click and scroll through the presentation below to view some of our best content, and get ready to make a splash in your own facility.
Village Looks to New Pool to Meet Long-Term Needs The McFarland School District of South Central Wisconsin has been slowly outgrowing its aquatics facilities for decades. Built in 1978, the original Angie O'Donnell Aquatic Center has a six-lane rectangular competition pool that is in constant demand, both from students and across the village's demographic spectrum. Now, after a years-long planning and approval process, the facility will be flexing its boundaries to make room for the flood of interest that consistently meets its programming. read more
New Product Roundup: Lighting | Fitness Equipment | Cryotherapy Check out the newest products as seen in the September 2018 issue of Athletic Business. read more
New Projects: Butchertown Stadium | Appleton Arena | Legends Aquatic Center Construction began this summer on a $241 million expansion of Rupp Arena at the University of Kentucky. Designed to LEED specifications by architects NBBJ and EOP, the arena will feature an expanded concourse, new chair-back seating to replace upper-level bleachers, member clubs with court-level seating, an atrium entrance with 85-foot ceilings, a new metal-and-glass exterior shell, a climate-controlled bridge connecting the lobby and concourse, and a new public plaza. Improvements are expected to be complete by fall 2021. read more
New Product Roundup: Acoustic Products | Pool Paint | Fitness Equipment Check out the newest products as seen in the September 2018 issue, including acoustic products, pool paint, fitness equipment and more. read more
High Schools Move Games over Incomplete Facilities
A pair of Southern Connecticut Conference high schools will be forced to take their seasons on the road this season due to incomplete athletics facilities.read more