In late October we celebrated the groundbreaking of the Crystal Beach Pool House Renovation. As a National Historic Landmark, the pool house holds a plethora of history.
The public pool and pool house were constructed in the late 1930s under Franklin Roosevelt’s WPA program and was designed by Lester Routt from stone salvaged from a nearby mill. As one of the few remaining pools built during this time, the pool house still serves guests with admission space and restrooms. The second floor of the pool house is an open space with an exterior deck that will be perfect for events and gatherings.
This $2.6 million rehabilitation project is focused on providing improved ADA access within the site, improving the concession area, restoring the perimeter fence/walls, renovating the pool deck, repairing bath/showers and locker rooms, and a new pool liner.
STW is proud to provide MEP Engineering services to rehabilitate National Historic Landmarks!