Brighton Oasis Aquatic Center


Project Features 

Public Projects, Recreation, Outdoor Pool, Ground Up


City of Brighton

Project Description 

The Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park, which replaces the City's 50-year-old outdoor pool at Benedict Park, has a large pool area, two slides, and a lazy river with a wave machine. Pinkard completed the hyper-fast-tracked Oasis ahead of schedule and under budget. The project includes:
A leisure pool with tot area and connected, deeper adult pool. The tot area features zero-depth entry, a Vortex fumbling five water feature, play structures, and various sprays.
A variable-depth lazy river with deck sprays, bench jets, rapids, and vortex. The lazy river is the state's only one to feature a wave generator.
A deepwater pool with a one-meter dive stand is adjacent to the lazy river.
Body flume water slide and inner tube flume slide
Bathhouse, concessions/ticket office buildings with CMU cement-board siding and metal roofing. Amenities on the five-acre site include a picnic pavilion, various shade structures, and decorative fencing and landscaping.


Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS)


5 acre site