Brighton Oasis Aquatic Center

Brighton

Project Features 

Public Projects, Recreation, Outdoor Pool, Ground Up

Owner 

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 only lazy river in the state 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 and 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.

Architect

Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS)

Size

5 acre site

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