Counsilman-Hunsaker completed a facility audit in April 2015 to the existing Lions Pool Indoor Aquatic Center in Yakima, Washington. The facility was originally constructed in 1972 and was an open air structure that was covered during the non-summer swim season with a temporary enclosure. During the summer months the cover was removed and the pool was exposed to the environment. In 1985, the Lions Pool facility was renovated and a permanent roof structure was installed. The purpose of the aquatic facility audit was to identify substandard conditions and items not to current industry swimming pool design standards or codes. In addition, an opinion of probable construction cost was provided for recommended repairs and/or updates.
In 2020, Counsilman-Hunsaker supported KDA Architecture to prepare a facility audit and conceptual plans to renovate or replace the existing Lions Pool. Lions Pool was constructed in 1972 and has undergone several alterations since its initial opening. The study included an audit of the existing pool and physical structures of the aquatic center and proposed options for consideration including expansions and renovations to the current pool. Each option was presented with an opinion of project cost.