The John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a Manhattan college within the City University of New York system, is housed in the historically significant Haaren Hall, built in 1903. The facility includes the world’s largest criminal justice library, a swimming pool, classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, a theater, and a gym.
Additional renovations included the men and women's locker rooms, storage/lifeguard/faculty changing room, pool equipment room, small storage room, small adjacent office, and a new air-cooled condenser. A new suspended teak ceiling was installed to frame the pool’s spectator viewing window while a band of porcelain tiles were also added above the current white glazed-block walls. Additionally, the entire pool shell and floor was re-clad in mosaic tile with multi-colored accents.
Photos courtesy of Timothy Schenck Photography