Larkin Aquatic’s Project Engineer, Kyle McCawley quoted in a news article on aquatic amenities. Read here http://www.athleticbusiness.com/aquatic/choosing-the-right-aquatic-amenity-to-upgrade-your-facility.html
May 22, 2014
The City of Saint James had one major goal for their new swimming pool; create a facility that provided something water for all ages. Larkin aquatics accepted the challenge. The final design created a facility that provides interactive features for toddles, thrilling slides for teenage, recreation space for adults and exercise area for everyone.
May 01, 2014
The project consisted of an expansion of the facility with a 1,200 sq. ft. warm water leisure pool and the renovation of their existing 2,300 sq. ft. lap/fitness pool. The project began with a facility evaluation letter. The report outlined the necessary actions for compliance with the Virginia Graeme Baker Act of 2009, and recommendations for upgrades to the main drain and recirculation system. The modifications were designed to be as minimal and inexpensive as possible while ensuring the facility’s compliance with the new federal regulations.
April 17, 2014
This indoor aquatic therapy and recreation pool was constructed as an addition to Kingswood Senior Living Community, an upscale senior community in Kansas City, Missouri. The facility offers an appropriately sized body of water. The basis of design is to provide a pool specifically for aqua-aerobics, aqua therapy and aquatic exercise programs. The main pool is accessible both by sloped entry ramp and pool stairs.