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  • London Calling

    A large turtle waving oversized flippers, a dolphin’s back, an airy dramatic space that suggests a wave: The London Aquatic Centre, built for the London Olympics, has been described as all of these

  • Slideshow: The London Aquatic Centre

    A large turtle waving oversized flippers, a dolphin’s back, an airy dramatic space that suggests a wave: The London Aquatic Centre, built for the London Olympics, has been described as all of these

  • Justin Caron

    As a student at Auburn University, Justin Caron was a six-time All-American

  • DREAM DESIGNS | 2012 CALL FOR ENTRIES

    The Dream Designs showcase is an annual program that highlights extraordinary aquatics facility projects and recognizes the design teams involved.

  • Built on Evidence

    The goal of the Model Aquatic Health Code is to codify scientifically proven data in the aquatics industry.

  • Riding the Current

    Theming has come of age. As the two- and three-dimensional storytelling vehicle for a facility, themes have always been about escapism, whimsy, fancy and the far-fetched

  • Riding High

    Bigger, faster, taller … in many ways, that’s what it is all about when it comes to waterpark attractions.

  • Sky High

    Featured by the likes of National Geographic and the Discovery Channel’s “Build it Bigger,” the SkyPark infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Resort in Singapore is truly one of a kind.

  • What Makes It Green

    Natural light. The facility is aligned north/south, with solid walls on the east and west …

  • Randy Mendioroz | Aquatic Design Group

    In my experience, during hard times people stay home, so the demand for parks and municipal recreation increases,? says Randy Mendioroz, founder and principal of Aquatic Design Group in Carlsbad, Calif. Perhaps that?s one reason his company is n