Managing Water & Air Quality
Indoor aquatic facilities often battle poor air quality. We talked to aquatic experts about how best to handle indoor air, as well as the best ways to manage water quality.
Inclusive Playgrounds Continue to Expand Play Possibilities
Inclusive play continues to expand as more and more facilities seek ways to make sure everyone is able to enjoy the playground. Learn more about how this trend continues to develop.
Extend the Season, Beat the Weather With Nonconventional Structures
Enclosures can provide a way to take pool and sports programming from seasonal to year-round. Learn more about the many options available to help extend your season.
Design & Program Trends in Outdoor Aquatic Facilities
Outdoor aquatic facilities have become more and more diverse, often featuring more than one body of water, enabling facilities to offer a range of programming to meet the needs of the entire community.
Natatorium Design Focuses on Maximizing Participation
Natatoriums are increasingly being designed to offer not only opportunities for swim meets and lap swimming, but also water exercise, recreational activities and more.
Designing Support Spaces for Indoor & Outdoor Pools
From lounge areas and concessions to equipment rooms, locker rooms and more, the space around the pool requires just as much careful attention as the pools themselves.
Regular Aquatic Maintenance Practices Keep Facilities Humming
With their carefully balanced water and myriad mechanical systems alone, aquatic facilities can cause major headaches. Staying on top of regular maintenance practices helps keep things humming.
Learn More About Indoor Sports & Fitness Surfaces
Whether it’s a gym floor that needs to meet the needs of basketball, volleyball and special events, an indoor fieldhouse hosting track events or a fitness floor that needs to handle dropped weights, myriad indoor sports flooring options are available to meet your facility’s needs.