Construction of the West Mesa Aquatic Center included demolition of parking lots, landscaping and baseball fields for the erection of a 35,00 square foot indoor pool and support space. The pool was a double size Olympic pool with movable bulk heads and a 3375 square foot movable floor system that can vary the depth of the pool. The building construction was split face masonry, concrete and long span steel for a very unique designed indoor space.
The Santa Fe Community College Project included the demolishing of existing Olympic sized indoor pool and the construction of a new pool in its place. There was a 2000 square foot addition that consisted of an enclosed therapy pool. The lap pool was a 25-meter Junior Olympic pool. The building construction was masonry, concrete and steel framing. The gross square footage of the new construction was 12,000 SF. The gross square footage for the renovated area was 5,200 SF.
The Highland High School swimming pool addition and renovation consisted of the demolition and rebuilding of the locker rooms and support facilities for the pool. The pool itself was not renovated, just all the pool equipment.