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Sports Complex Design Tips For Aquatic Facilities

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Sports Complex Design For Aquatic Facilities

If you are developing or have already developed a community center or recreation center, you know how important the pool is for revenue purposes. For many facilities, the aquatic center is the biggest generator of revenue, so you want to make sure it’s developed well. This is especially true in aquatic facilities that are centered around the pool. For those facilities, sports complex design is very important and in today’s blog post, Sports Facilities Advisory will take a look at some sports complex design tips for your facility.

Is Your Facility For Competition, Recreation, or Both?

When it comes to sports complex design, context will always be key. What type of facility are you developing? If your facility is going to be a competitive aquatics center that you hope brings in elite athletes, your design will be different from a complex developed for recreation.
If you have competition on your mind, your design will be centered around accommodating your athletes and making sure that your equipment and amenities are high quality. However, if you are looking for a more recreational facility, you might invest more money in things like slides, pool toys, or even something like a lazy river.

What Are Your Demographics?

Demographics are important for all facilities when it comes to sports complex design. You will want to design your complex in such a way that it is appealing to the people who you want using your complex.
So, if you live in a college town, you will want to focus the aesthetic appeal of your facility, including graphic design and color scheme, on a younger audience. However, if you are looking at a demographic of young families with children, your design will be more suited for younger children.

What Is Your Budget?

Lastly, your budget will play a major role in your sports complex design. Although important, sports complex design is typically a secondary issue, especially in a facility like an aquatics center. If you have a smaller budget, you might have to work a little bit harder and get creative with your design to get the vibe you want. However, if you have a bigger budget or a surplus of development funding, you may be able to invest in more high-end design elements, like signage and lighting.

Contact Sports Facilities Advisory For More Sports Complex Design Tips

Sports complex design is an all-intensive process, so Sports Facilities Advisory wants to help you design your complex without going over budget. For more tips, give us a call at (727) 474-3845 or contact us online today.

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