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National Build a Pool Conferences

Postby Moderator » Fri Nov 20, 2009 9:54 am

US Swimming will be holding a series of 1 day clinics on how to build or renovate a competition pool. Since 2004, this group has been involved in building over 100 facilities nationwide and the 1 day clinic gives you all the tools you need to get started. There are a lot of shared resources they give out that will save considerable time and money if you have begun to think about building a new facility.

The class fee is $50 and you must be a member of US Swimming but it is an exceptional class and well worth the cost

http://www.usaswimming.org/USASWeb/Desk ... ow&Lang=en


2010 Regional BAP Conferences

"Plan It - Program It - Design It"

As of April 2009, we have conducted 5 National Build a Pool Conferences. To date we estimate this conference has been an important part of over 65 new facilities being commissioned since 2004. It has also played a secondary role in over 100 additional projects. Our professioanl providers have played a MAJOR part in these successes.

We have decided to make an effort to take the Build a Pool Conference to the regional level so our clubs and projects have a more economical option to acquire information. These 1 day 8 hour events (or a day and a half, 12 hour events) will be conducted by our Facilities Development Department staff.

Napa, California at NorCal Swim Clinic (January 9, 2010)

Information will be available for the following conferences at a future date.

Houston, Texas at ATRI - March 20, 2010
Orlando, Florida at IAFC - April 24, 2010
Chicago, Illinois at Central States Clinic - May 15, 2010
Indianapolis, Indiana at ASCA – September 4, 2010
Cherry Hill, New Jersey at Eastern States Clinic - October 16, 2010

The sessions look like this:

Planning Precedes Programming
 The Business Plan (7 Parts)
 The Feasibility Assessment
 The Presentation Form and Lobbying
 Local Shakers
Programming Precedes Design
 The 4 Pillars of Aquatic Programming
 Marketing and Value Received Pricing (VRP)
 The Staffing Importance and Risk Management
 The Team to go Forward
Design Significance and Options
 2 Pools – 3 Pools – 4 Pools
 Land Amenities
 LEED
 Building Options
The Executive Summary
 What will the Facility Look Like?

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