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    Palm Beach at Moody Gardens

    Transforming a singular concrete swimming pool into a full-scale family and group-friendly waterpark experience entailed combining waterpark excitement with the existing “Palm Beach” theming, which included a popular sandy beach offering, palm trees and other lush vegetation.

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    Penticton Community Centre

    The $23 million Penticton Community Centre renovation addressed a growing demand for recreation amenities.

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    Kettle Moraine YMCA

    Completed in 2011 at a cost of $4.6 million, the Kettle Moraine YMCA project features a new recreational pool addition, complementing the existing lap pool, whirlpool and therapy pool.

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    Liberty Lagoon

    The basic concept for Liberty Lagoon was to create a man-made river (bayou) as the heart of the park, surrounded by a nice variety of rides for kids from tots to teens.

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    Cumming Aquatic Center

    In addition to two indoor pools — including a 50-meter competition pool with seating for 750 spectators and a 25-yard instructional pool — the Cumming Aquatic Center also sports an outdoor leisure pool featuring a water slide and lazy river that provides fun for kids of all ages.

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    Garvey Park Splash Zone

    Renovated in 2011, Garvey Park Splash Zone now includes 27,509 square feet of aquatic space.

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    Black Bob Bay Aquatic Center

    Completed in 2010, the $3.7 million renovation of Black Bob Bay Aquatic Center updated an existing traditional lap pool used primarily by local competitive swimmers.

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    Tiger Shark Waterpark

    In undertaking a $1.7 million renovation project the city of Saint James, Mo., created a modern efficient facility that reimagined an exisiting pool.

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    Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center

    Opened in 2010 at a cost of $8.25 million, the Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center features 27,000 square feet of aquatic space.

  • City of Scottsdale Parks and Recreation | Scottsdale, Ariz.

    The city of Scottsdale Parks and Recreation operates just three year-round outdoor pools along with a lesson-only pool, open in the summer.

  • Splash! La Mirada Regional Aquatics Center

    Operating the Splash! La Mirada Regional Aquatics Center as a savvy business venture has been a smart move.

  • Huntsman and Briarwood Pools

    Activities abound at the Huntsman and Briarwood pools in Blacksburg, Va.

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    Jurupa Aquatic Center

    The Jurupa Aquatic Center in Riverside, Calif., is growing, largely due to its waterpark, The Cove

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    Suncadia Swim and Fitness Center

    The Suncadia Swim and Fitness Center’s greatest asset is most certainly its stunning location on the eastern slopes of Washington’s Cascade Mountains.

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    M-NCPPC, Parks & Recreation

    Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission’s Department of Parks & Recreation truly offers aquatics for all.

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    The Woodlands Township

    The Woodlands Township believes that no locals should be more than 1 mile away from a pool

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    Naval Base Ventura County Moral Welfare Recreation

    Navy Base Ventura County’s MWR exists for the soldiers who serve this nation and their families.

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    SouthWest Aquatics

    SouthWest Aquatics is a private, family-owned aquatics facility in Winter Garden, Fla.

  • Jim Dunn

    2009 Best of Aquatics: Panel of Judges

    As vice president of design and construction at Cohoes, N.Y.-based Aquatic Development Group,

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    The Keller Pointe - Family Aquatics Center Class 1 (100,000 Or More Annual Attendance), Best of Aquatics 2009

    As a family-oriented multipurpose facility, The Keller Pointe provides 87,940 square feet of space for fitness, massage, recreational sports, wellness and aquatics programs.


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