The feasibility study focused on site analysis and selection based on a 40,000 sq. ft. community center. The study process analyzed similar regional public and non-profit community recreation centers in Central Ohio as a benchmark for the tax funded facility. As part of the information gathering and public process, Counsilman-Hunsaker provided an aquatic programming session involving residents, the local hospital, school district and elected officials presenting trends in the industry regarding aquatic spaces and uses. Additionally, demographic information about population, age, and income levels surrounding various sites within the community was provided to help guide the site selection process.
Aquatic Design & Engineering
As a result of the study, in March 2013, the city decided to move forward with the design of a new aquatic facility that will feature a 3,000 sq. ft. indoor multi-purpose pool.