Audit Services

Unique auditing services to put you ahead of the curve

In-depth analyses to help you make knowledgeable decisions regarding repair, renovation, or replacement of your aquatic facility.

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Plan for Success Counsilman-Hunsaker’s engineering services can help you better understand what to do with an aging swimming pool. Aquatic facility physical audits have helped hundreds of owners and operators discover their options for modernizing an aging facility by identifying needed repairs, renovations, or replacements to safeguard your aquatic facility's future.  Get our e-Book on the Model Aquatic Health Code

Engineering and Experience You Can Trust

With a Counsilman-Hunsaker Physical Audit and Needs Assessment, our experienced specialists and engineers analyze the infrastructure of your facility from top to bottom, identifying items that may become problematic. We focus on the systems, structures, and code compliance so that its condition and potential future life can be evaluated with certainty. This detailed analysis includes an investigation into programmatic flexibility of the existing pool structure and equipment, identifies issues and substandard conditions, and provides budgetary recommendations for repair or replacement.

Each aquatic facility Physical Audit and Needs Assessment includes, but is not limited to, expert inspection of:

  • Pool structure and finishes
  • Recirculation systems, piping, fittings, valves
  • Filtration systems and overflow recovery systems
  • Water chemistry treatment systems
  • Pumps, flow meters, gauges, all controls
  • Code-compliance with state and local health codes and the Model Aquatic Health Code
  • Deck equipment

We Help You Choose the Best Direction for Your Aquatic Facility

Our engineering team provides a post-audit summary report identifying any repairs, compliance requirements that need to be met, and a probable cost estimate. This report, presented in everyday language that is easily understood, provides clear and itemized improvements and fixes for inclusion into any future budgets, and we'll work with you to establish a preventative maintenance plan for the future upkeep of your facility.

With Counsilman-Hunsaker's practical, innovative, and expert knowledge and experience in the aquatic industry, you'll be equipped to choose the best direction to continue serving your community's aquatic needs.

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  • THE HEIGHTS Community Center

    In the fall of 2016, the project team of CannonDesign, Civil Design, Inc., DTLS, and Counsilman-Hunsaker was retained by the City of Richmond Heights to assist with assessing current needs within the city, undertake a cursory building analysis of The HEIGHTS Community Center and Memorial Library, and explore planning options to best accommodate the identified ...

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  • Killeen Family Aquatic Center

      With a maximum capacity of 780 people, Lion’s Club Park Family Aquatic Center offers over 13,000 sq. ft. of water area including a multi-use recreation pool, a deep water plunge activity pool, and a six lane 25-yard competition pool with one-meter diving. For a public water recreation park, there are few facilities in Central ...

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  • Williamsport Pools (Audit and Study)

    The City of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, commissioned MKSD Architects and Counsilman-Hunsaker to provide swimming pool audits in June 2010, for the City of Williamsport's three outdoor swimming pool facilities: Memorial Pool, East End Pool and Brandon Pool. The city commissioned this audit to identify items that were substandard and do not meet current Pennsylvania Department of ...

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  • Fort Lewis College – Aquatics Center

    The Fort Lewis College Aquatics Center was originally built as a gymnasium in 1956 and was remodeled to its current configuration as an Aquatics Center in 1974. The building is 26,000 sq. ft. with the single largest area of the building being the natatorium. Within the natatorium is a 5,400 sq. ft. pool and an ...

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  • Purdue University – Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center

    Counsilman-Hunsaker in association with Scholer Corporation formed a joint venture to provide architectural and engineering services to design and construct a new natatorium for the Boilermakers aquatic programs. The $23 million project is a cooperative venture among Intercollegiate Athletics, the Department of Health, Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, and the Division of Recreational Sports. The new ...

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Safeguard Your Aquatic Facility's Future

If you’re worrying about the age of your aquatic facility, experiencing unidentified problems, considering the need for a new facility, or simply curious where your facility is with its life expectancy, it’s time to consider a physical audit.

Our audit services are 100% personalized and can include everything from commentary on the existing condition of the pool structure, deck, and mechanical spaces, review for deficiencies in regard to local health codes and federal laws, sub-standard conditions, and recommendations for priority of the renovation or replacement of each system.

Deciding which solution is right for your aquatic facility is the first step in deciding your course of action, and we want to help you protect it and safeguard its future. Get in touch with us today.

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