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Pennsylvania State University – Mildred and Louis Lasch Building – Spas

State College, PA

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The Mildred and Louis Lasch Building originally opened in 2000 and was one of the finest football training facilities in the country. Since that time, it has seen few upgrades, but remained functional and continued to serve the majority of needs for intercollegiate athletics and Penn State football, but there were a number of functional requirements that were not being met.

 

Pool Type

Competitive Venue

Therapy Pool

Project Type

University Athletics

Competitive Venue

Project Service

Design Services

Status

Completed 2016

Architect

Populous

Project Amenities

The facility completed a major renovation in 2016 allowing Penn State’s football program to be top-of-the- line. Housed within the newly-renovated Lasch Building is an aquatic therapy area, 13,000 sq. ft. weight room, massive locker room, athletic training facilities, meeting rooms, video production suite, coaches and staff offices, well-appointed players’ lounge, and the academic support center and computer room.

Two 200 sq. ft. Lap Pools

Each with stair entry and underwater bench seating

Pools can be chilled down to 50 °F and heated up to 104 °F

200 sq. ft. Plunge Pool

Stair entry

Bench seating with hydrotherapy jets

Pool can be chilled down to 50 °F and heated up to 104 °F

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