An Introduction to Sport England s Swimming Pools Design Guidance Note

An introduction to sport england s swimming pools design guidance note l.jpg
1 / 19
0
0
1111 days ago, 494 views
PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Presentation Transcript

Slide 1

An Introduction to Sport England's 'Swimming Pools' Design Guidance Note ASA Conference 9 th April 2008

Slide 2

Introductions Ben Woods – Senior Technical Project Manager LDA: Olympic Venues Team Written by: Sport England and Design Advice Consortium Led by S&P Architects Robin Wilson Consulting "Virtual" interview aggregate

Slide 3

Overview White Handbook 1996 Need for an overhaul Relevant to current circumstance Easily open Free counsel First electronic Pools direct www.sportengland.org go to downloads 'Plan Guidance' 'wiki-pedia' for games outline

Slide 4

Objectives 'To advance a more noteworthy general comprehension of Swimming Pool Design' Overview of the ideas Appreciation of specialized issues Critical components that should be viewed as Point to where more nitty gritty data can be discovered

Slide 5

Target Audience Client Bodies Architects and key experts in the plan group Funding Bodies/Design Champions Stakeholders ( clients – administrators – supports and so on ) General Public (a standout amongst the most asked for subjects)

Slide 6

Format Chapters Photographs Highlight content boards Hot connections Footnotes

Slide 7

1. Advance Swimming Promoting the estimation of swimming 4614 separate pools in England 872,910 m2 of water High notoriety in reviews Existing possession and new patterns

Slide 8

2. Vital Issues Why? … Where? … What estimate? … Who are the feasible clients/exercises? … Strategic Planning Public Consultation Level of Competition Capital Funding Long-term maintainability

Slide 9

3. Site and Location Site contemplations Location Site arranging External appearance Transport Links

Slide 10

4. Arranging the Building 1 First Impressions Entrance Area Reception/get to/control Relationship of Spaces Welcoming and appealing to clients

Slide 11

4. Sorting out the Building 2 Pool Hall Sizes and Layouts Learner and Diving Pools included Moveable Floors/Booms Structure and Glazing

Slide 12

4. Sorting out the Building 3 Changing Areas 'Village' and Single Sex Disability Access Fixtures, Fittings & Equipment Storage Office/Staff Rooms

Slide 13

5. Overhauling the Building "Notes" on Building Services issues Energy Consumption/Efficiency Pool Water Quality Air Temperature/Humidity Lighting and Acoustics

Slide 14

6. Developing the Building "Notes" on Construction Issues Heavy Wear and Tear Pool Tank Design Finishes in Wet Areas Risks of Condensation/Corrosion

Slide 15

7. Working the Building "Notes" on Maintenance issues Consider at the outline organize Ease of support Creation of perfect, safe conditions for substantial and delayed utilize A glance at basic issue ranges

Slide 16

8. Additional Information Appendices 1. Related associations 2. Measures and Legislation (CDM, HSE, Pr EN 15288) 3. Changing room limit count (case) 4. Relaxation Pools 5. Additional data/references With hyperlinks to applicable data…

Slide 17

Consultation "Virtual" gathering counseled while underway in 2007 Over 200 composed remarks on draft distribution various subjects/normal focuses tended to at discussion meeting in February 2008 much gratitude to all who gave significant information including ASA, ISRM, PWTAG, GLL, MSG Consult, Arup, Limbricks, LA Architects, FCB Architects

Slide 18

Next Steps Read it, utilize it, tell others www.sportengland.org From Olympic Aquatics Center to little Community Pools Not flawless… yet 99% there Web-based – simple to upgrade 6 month survey arranged

Slide 19

Contact Details Kevin Mills - Sport England kevin.mills@sportengland.org David Griffiths – S&P Architects david.griffiths@s-parchitects.com Robin Wilson – Robin Wilson Consulting robin@wilsonconsulting.eu Ben Woods – London Development Agency benwoods@lda.gov.uk

SPONSORS