Facility Planning and Design
Planning a facility starts with a complete understanding of the clients needs, with an emphasis on what the client hopes to accomplish with the facility, the types of recreational features to be included in the facility, safety considerations, ADA compliance requirements, and budget are also reviewed.
After the initial planning phase is complete we begin the process of conceptually designing each feature with specific input from those manufacturers who will be providing equipment such as play structures and water slides. Dimensional accuracy and component specification is important in this phase, as this data will transfer to the design development and construction document phase later in the process.
During all phases of development, plans are issued for client review and consultant review for comment. Comments are reviewed and adjustments are made to the drawings. This same process continues throughout the duration of the plan preparation phases, until 100% plans are complete and issued for permit review.
Types of facilities we design
We help the public and private sector clients plan and design all types of facilities such as :
Who are our Clients
- Municipal Water Parks
- Family Aquatic Centers
- Competition Pools
- Multi Purpose Pools
- Hotel, Condominium, and Resort pools
- Hydro Therapy Pools
- Custom Architectural Pools
- Common Residential Pools
- Commercial/Municipal Renovations
- Facilities Evaluations
- High Rise Pool Engineering
- Water Activity Pools
Our clients differ within the public and private sector. Public sector clients include Municipalities, Parks and Recreation Departments & Architectural Firms involved with master planning. Private sector clients include developers, contractors, swim school instructors, architects, and homeowners.
We are frequently invited by Architectural Firms to provide consultation on projects already in the design development phase. In such cases, Aquadynamics evaluates, recommends, provides support data and construction documents to aid in the completion of the overall building construction document set.