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  • Southeast Polk High School Natatorium

Southeast Polk High School Natatorium

Des Moines, IA

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Southeast Polk School District was experiencing tremendous growth and development, putting a strain on the current facilities and causing overcrowding in every classroom. To meet the growing needs of the community, the school district built a new high school and elementary school.

Frevert Ramsey-Kobes Architects provided architectural and engineering services for the new Southeast Polk High School while Counsilman-Hunsaker provided aquatic expertise for a natatorium, a growing trend with high schools for swim teams and swim lessons for the surrounding community. The natatorium includes an eight lane 25-yard competition pool, two 1-meter springboards, stair alcove system with ADA accessibility, and water polo capabilities.

Pool Type

Indoor 25 Yard

Project Type

School K12

Project Service

Design Services

Status

Completed 2009

Architect

FRK Architects

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