Lasalle Park Centennial Pool Alterations


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Lasalle Park Centennial Pool Alterations

Location
Buffalo, NY
Year Completed
2010
Building Type
Renovation/Addition
Size
6,000 sq. ft.
Cost
$2,500,000
Client
City of Buffalo

HHL Architects was engaged by the City of Buffalo to renovate a dilapidated 1920’s public bathhouse and municipal swimming pool complex in the City’s Lasalle Park.

The project is comprised of site work improvements, construction of a new 82′ x 110′ in-ground outdoor swimming pool, alterations to the existing splash pad and major renovations to the bathhouse building.

The seasonal use bathhouse building shell was redesigned to incorporate a new sloped roof construction, more in harmony with the adjacent Colonel Ward Complex buildings. Interior exposed wood trusses and eyebrow dormer windows provide ample clerestory light to the private locker room spaces.

Deteriorated exterior masonry walls were repaired, including full replacement of doors and windows. The building interior was gutted completely to fully comply with NY State Department of Health design standards for this state-of-the-art municipal facility.

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