Sustainable Swim Centers

At the Avery Aquatics Center at Stanford University, pool blankets help regulate pool water temperature overnight. Continuous storage areas are located along pool edges to make use of the blankets easy.

Sunshade screens protect the natatorium from brutal sun on the southern exposure, while also serving as a canvas for art at the East Oakland Sports Center in Oakland, Calif.

Operable clerestory windows allow for natural ventilation at the guest check-in and lobby areas of the Burgess Swim Center in Menlo Park, Calif.

Large, strategically placed fans keep air moving and reduce the need for dehumidification operations at the East Oakland Sports Center in Oakland, Calif.

Wind screens serve as a visual marker, while protecting the pool from prevailing winds which otherwise would result in evaporation at the Morgan Hill Aquatic Center in Morgan Hill, Calif.

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