Round Rock ISD Aquatic Facility



Round Rock, TX


48,500 sf

Project Features
  • Passively ventilated building
  • Warmup & competition pools
  • Design allows for low operating cost
  • Support & amenity spaces

RRISD Aquatic Practice Facility is a UIL competition level aquatic facility. The new facility is made up of two distinct water bodies and the support facilities and amenities required. The primary waterbody includes a 50m competition pool that provides enough space for three teams to practice crossways simultaneously. It includes two bulkheads and provides 1m springboard diving.

The second water body is a 25YD warm water pool to accommodate warm-up, learn-to-swim, and other community activities and programs. The pool enclosures are passively ventilated structures designed around a custom modular PEMB structure, while the support and amenity spaces are conditioned structures supporting locker rooms, coaches’ offices, concessions, public restrooms, and other support services. The site supports 200 parking spaces and acts as the front greenspace for the adjacent PAC center. The buildings and pools are designed to be extremely energy efficient and incorporate a CHP system that is a prototype for the district’s efforts in optimizing energy performance.

Nicola Springer, AIA, LEED AP 713 426 7510
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Nicola is an expert in 21st century learning environments and educational design. She has created state-of-the-art public and private schools and developed PlayTheory, a process that engages stakeholders in a fun, collaborative way to gather quantitative and qualitative information that is used during the design phase. Nicola's talents and expertise are often utilized on projects throughout the firm, including higher education and community projects.