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    by Courtney Cameron November 2018

    Grand Openings

  • Bathhouse Confidential: How to Ensure Return Visits

    by Stephen Springs November 2018

    Although some outdoor pool facilities have been closed since Labor Day, outdoor aquatics centers in many warm-weather states remain open longer. Critical to the success of any outdoor pool facility is the bathhouse — which typically is the first structure patrons see and visit en route to the pool deck.

  • Virginia Aquatic Center Wins Statewide Awards

    by Melissa Demmitt November 2018

    The Christiansburg Aquatic Center took home two awards the first week of November from the 63rd annual conference of the Virginia Recreation and Park Society. The Aquatic Center was awarded Best New Special Event (for population under 25,000) for its annual First Responders Battleship, and the Distinguished Volunteer Service Award honoring the dedication of longtime Aquatic Center volunteer Shirley Hallock.

  • Dayton Pool Reopens After $1.4M Renovation

    by Cornelius Frolik November 2018

    The city of Dayton has reopened its largest indoor pool after shutting it down a year ago for repairs and upgrades.

  • County, YMCA to Partner on $8M Aquatic Center

    by C. Suarez Rojas November 2018

    Henrico County and the YMCA of Greater Richmond announced plans Tuesday to build a indoor swimming facility in a North Laburnum Avenue corridor that's been the target of public development over the last decade.

  • Product Spotlight: AB Show 2018 Exhibitors

    by Courtney Cameron November 2018

    Check out these products as seen in the November | December 2018 issue.

  • Village Looks to New Pool to Meet Long-Term Needs

    by Courtney Cameron October 2018

    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.

  • New Product Roundup: Lighting | Fitness Equipment | Cryotherapy

    by Courtney Cameron October 2018

    Check out the newest products as seen in the October 2018 issue.

  • Aquatic Center Plans $10M Expansion

    by Joe Johnson October 2018

    After 11 years in operation, the Triangle Aquatic Center needs another pool, says executive director Michael Curran.

  • What Does Renovation Mean for Your Pool?

    by Courtney Cameron September 2018

    Effective planning for any pool renovation starts with taking an honest look at your budget and answering two questions up front: How much new interest can you afford to generate? And how much can you afford to maintain?