The proposed aquatics complex at the 12th high school will be presented to the public and the PWC School board on June 5, 2013. This will be the school division’s first presentation of the proposed complex to the school board and public.
The complex is projected to cost $10.5 million to build and will be paid for with bonds. The debt service on those bonds will be approximately $550,000 per year and will be paid back over a 20 year period from the school division’s allocation of county tax receipts. Recapture of annual operating costs is projected to be 70 – 100% of costs, provided both pools are fully utilized.
The complex will have two pools and seating for spectators. The main pool will be a competition pool with a movable bulkhead to allow both 25 meter and 25 yard racing and a 3-meter board diving pool. The second pool will be a shallower depth instructional pool with the option of water slide, play equipment, and inflatables.
You can find the joint PWCS / Moseley Architect’s presentation of the proposed aquatics complex here.