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Great Lakes Naval Station Pool (Audit)

Great Lakes, IL

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Jacobs, authorized by the Great Lakes Naval Station, commissioned Counsilman-Hunsaker to provide a swimming pool audit at the Center for Explosive Ordinance Disposal and Diving (CEODD) Pool/Training Facility in March 2015. The facility was constructed in 1946 as the Naval Hospital and contains a six lane lap pool used for instruction and training. The purpose of the aquatic facility audit was to verify the items listed in the NAVFAC RFQ for the CEODD Pool/Training facility and to assist in defining a course of action regarding any necessary updates, repairs, or modifications to the pool or pool systems.

Project Type

Military

Project Service

Facility Audit

Status

Completed 2015

Architect

Jacobs

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