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Pontiac Aquatic Center (Study)

Pontiac, IL

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In 2015, the City of Pontiac commissioned the team of Counsilman-Hunsaker and FGM Architects to provide an Aquatic Facility Feasibility Study that would identify the community’s aquatic needs.  For nearly a decade preceding the feasibility study, the City of Pontiac had ceased operations of the Camp Humiston Memorial Pool which was originally designed by Wesley Bintz in 1925, and was one of the first above-ground municipal pools in the country.  After comprehensive research through the aquatic feasibility and needs analysis, the team developed four facility options that would benefit the whole community. The concepts offered various amenities including basic features to advanced “destination” type features with conceptual drawings, programming, and operational pro forma.

 

Project Type

Parks and Recreation

Project Service

Feasibility Study

Status

Completed 2015

Architect

FGM Architects

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