Other stories by Aquatics International Staff

  • Othello Community Pool

    The Othello Community Pool had always been a safe, fun, family-oriented facility and very popular among citizens of Othello, Wash.

  • H20oohh! Indoor Family Waterpark

    The Split Rock Resort & Golf Club is an all-inclusive resort situated on 125-acre Lake Harmony in the western edge of Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountain region. Open year-round, the resort includes a variety of accommodations and amenities to please

  • Hawaiian Falls Mansfield

    Following the success of its three previous parks in the greater Dallas area, the Hawaiian Falls group embarked on establishing its largest and most elaborately themed park.

  • Splash! La Mirada Aquatics Center

    Featuring a competition venue and an elaborate pirate-themed leisure area, Splash! La Mirada Aquatics Center is a testament to the Southern California city’s growing desirability.

  • Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center

    The 62,500-square-foot Dougherty Valley High School Aquatic Facility was built to serve the new high school’s student body as well as residents of the rapidly growing eastern side of the city of San Ramon.

  • Four Seasons Hotel

    Aquatic vistas are the crown jewel of many urban high-rise hotels, but none offer an experience quite like the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis.

  • Great Wolf Lodge

    Giving new meaning to the term year-round family resort, Great Wolf Lodge defies the weather outside with an indoor waterpark experience that has young and old soaking in the fun.

  • Clovis North High School Aquatics Complex

    This aquatics center was designed for multiple purposes, as (1) a home for the Clovis North High School competitive aquatics program (2) a multipurpose aquatic venue for community recreational programs (3) a possible competition venue for various competit

  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

    Green pools “LEED” the way and the Campus Recreation Center at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) is the first public building in southern Colorado to earn gold certification status from the U.S. Green Building Council.

  • Community Activity Center

    In July 2001, the town council-appointed Blue Ribbon Committee began holding numerous public meetings to identify and develop strategies for responding to the community’s needs and wishes for projects in a future bond election.