Tag Archives: Decision Making

Springboard Diving

As a full-service aquatic consulting firm, we strive to design facilities that meet the needs of all user groups. While many aquatic sport facilities revolve around competitive swimming, we certainly do not want to neglect diving. While most university and high school teams only have 5-10 divers on their roster, they can be a secret […]

Pool Design Part 2 – Often Forgotten Elements of the Best Pools

You can read about the science behind a good pool but what else goes into a facility to really make it great? It is easy when designing a pool to stop at the pumps controlling a pool and the hole you put in the ground but a truly good facility looks not only at the […]

How to make your bathhouse a better place to go

Is your bathhouse a pleasant place to be?  Are you able to keep it clean?  Does your bathhouse have adequate capacity for your venue?  Does it provide sufficient accessibility for the disabled?  Do you have space dedicated for families to use? While it is hard for any manager to say yes to all of these […]

I Think

Joe Hunsaker always taught us to do your homework and only provide answers you know are right.  If you don’t know the answer, then admit it and follow up once you do.  Often times, people fall into the “I think” or the “I don’t think” syndrome.  Far too often people make decisions based upon assumptions […]