Located just 20 miles North of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Prosper is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas.
In January 2018, Prosper ISD began construction of the natatorium along with a multi-use football stadium with shared parking. The facilities opened in the fall of 2019 and have proven to be incredibly popular, even during a pandemic. The aquatics portion consists of two pools and two separate mechanical and chemical systems. The 9,000-square-foot competition and training pool includes 16 25-yard lanes and two 1-meter diving boards. The multipurpose warm-up and instruction pool is a four-lane, 2,250-square-foot pool with an ADA access ramp. The facility can accommodate seating for up to 250 spectators.
A sought-after dream for more than 10 years, this 38,000-square-foot aquatic venue has already been a major asset to the school district with its world-class amenities for swimmers, coaches and parents. Prosper ISD student athletes no longer need to commute to Frisco to train in a private facility. Additionally, the Prosper Natatorium hosts a year-round swim school for PISD students and others who attend surrounding school districts.
LEAD ARCHITECT: Huckabee Inc.
AQUATIC DESIGN CONSULTANT: Water Technology Inc.
- 16-lane competition pool
- Two 1-meter diving boards
- Four-lane warm-up
- ADA access ramp
- Spectator seating for 250
Chemical Control Systems: BECS Technology Inc.
Filtration Systems: Neptune Benson / Evoqua
ADA Lifts, Ladders/Grab Bars, Starting Blocks: Spectrum Aquatics