Faced with higher enrollment, rising maintenance costs, and inadequate facilities at Center Grove High School in Greenwood, Ind., Center Grove Community School Corp. put a phased project in motion that included a new student activity center (SAC) and natatorium.
The first phase, the SAC, answers the need for an upgraded space for sports as well as a variety of fitness and cocurricular activities. The success of the SAC led directly into phase two of the Center Grove project, the natatorium. This structure was meant to replace the original pool, which was built in 1994 and no longer met program needs.
Read more about this project in the Winter 2022 issue of Ascent.
The architect and owner decided to go the extra mile, specifying a total–precast concrete system for the interior walls in the locker rooms, the risers, and the raker beams for the grandstand. They said the extra cost is money well spent.