Goodhue Swimming Pool

Goodhue, MN | Sports + Recreation

Overview

The aging Goodhue Swimming Pool forced the City to determine whether it needed to make repairs to the existing facility or to replace the pool entirely.


Opportunity

The City of Goodhue needed to assess the costs and conditions for renovating and replacing its existing swimming pool with a new facility.

Solution

ISG conducted a feasibility study to assist the City of Goodhue in determining how to move forward with immediate and future needs pertaining to the City’s public swimming pool. The report documented the existing conditions, cost estimates for making necessary repairs and improvements, and costs and considerations for replacing the existing swimming pool. As a result of the report findings, the City determined that demolition of the existing swimming pool and selective demolition of an existing bath house provided more long-term value.

The new 4,596 sq. ft. swimming pool includes a zero-depth area with a play feature, shade umbrellas, and a diving board. A new concrete deck surrounds the swimming area. The renovated bath house has a new roof, showers, restrooms, changing areas, and mechanical rooms. Construction was completed in time for the summer swimming season.


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