Jesuit Dallas David A. Segal Family Aquatic Center

Dallas, Texas
Construction Cost: $17 million
Area / Square Feet: 29,000
Occupancy Date: May 2021

The David A. Segal Family Aquatic Center is a state-of-theart natatorium that serves as a practice and competitive venue for the Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas swimming and diving teams, and its water polo program. 

The facility, which has been affectionately nicknamed β€œThe Gull,” will benefit a vast majority of Jesuit students by providing a space for injury rehab therapy, as well as endurance and flexibility training for other sports, learnto-swim programs, scuba certification instruction, and lifeguard training and certification. 

The facility includes a competition pool and a warm-up/teaching pool with separate climate and water temperature controls. It also includes springboards for 1-meter diving, locker rooms, a climate-controlled gallery with chairback spectator seating for 250 guests, and a full-color indoor video display. The swimming pools were designed and constructed using state-of-the-art Myrtha pre-engineered technology.


HKS Architects 




β€’ Eight-lane, 25-yard by 10- lane, 25-yard competition pool 

β€’ Two 1-meter diving boards 

β€’ Four-lane, 25-yard warmup pool 

β€’ Spectator seating for 250 


Chemical Control Systems, Sanitization Systems
BECS Technology Inc.
Scoreboard/Timing Systems
Colorado Time Systems
Access Ramps, Gutters, Ladders/Grab Bars
Myrtha Pools
Filtration Systems
Neptune Benson/Evoqua
Deck Drains, Evacuator System
Paddock Pool Equipment Co.
ADA Lifts, Starting Blocks
Spectrum Aquatics