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 “The 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.
AQUATIC DESIGN CONSULTANT
• Eight-lane, 25-yard by 10- lane, 25-yard competition pool
• Two 1-meter diving boards
• Four-lane, 25-yard warmup pool
• 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|