Romeo High School Natatorium

Romeo Community School
Services
Architecture
Electrical Engineering
Interiors
Mechanical Engineering
DATES
Completion Date
August 2021
COST
Project Cost
$2,100,000
Client Contact
Don Gratton Romeo Community School
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Since the buildings was originally opened in the 1970’s the Romeo High School Natatorium has not been renovated and has received little to no maintenance. With the recent renovations the to convert the building to the new middle school Romeo Community Schools decided it was long over due and to renovate the natatorium.

Because the natatorium is no longer used for teaching and learning the renovations focused largely on community use and competition swim teams. To achieve the districts and community goals the locker rooms were reduced in size and relocated, this allowed for the creation of a new community activity room, family changing and shower room, elevated scoring room, additional bleachers and pool deck showers. Additional upgrades included new pool and deck tile, starting blocks and diving board, scoreboard and timing system, bleachers and lighting.

Project Overview

Integrated Design Solutions worked with Desai Nasar and Counsilman-Hunsaker to renovate the Romeo High School Natatorium. Based on guidance and the district’s goals the renovation included is a new pool with deck tile, starting blocks, and diving boards. Also updated were the scoreboard, timing system, bleachers, and lighting.

Locker room

Project Team

Project Architect
Marek Nowakowski, Assoc. AIA
Project Designer
Agnieszka Coletta, Assoc. AIA
Mechanical Engineer
Christopher VanOverbeke
Electrical Engineer
Rae A. Killips, BSET
Interior Designer
Christina Koleczko
Structural Consultant
Desai/Nasr Consulting Engineers
Aquatic Consultant
Counsilman-Hunsaker