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Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center, City of Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center, City of Long Beach
Making a splash.
A sleek aquatics center combines community and competition.
Designing an iconic civic institution.
Located on a public beach and replacing an aging facility, the Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center establishes a new focal point for the Long Beach aquatic competition community. Supporting therapeutic and recreational activities as well as swimming, diving and water polo competitions, the Center has become an iconic civic institution for the region. Facilities include two 50-meter competition pools, recreational and teaching pools, therapeutic whirlpools, diving platforms, springboards and deep water wells, spectator seating and support spaces. Outdoors, a park, walk-up restaurant and landscaped plazas issue an open invitation to beachgoers and community members, and take full advantage of the Center’s Southern California setting.
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Results
The new 68,000 square foot Aquatics Center will become an iconic Long Beach civic institution.
Outdoors, the Center features a 50m x 25m competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, recreational pools, a walk-up restaurant and landscaped plazas.
Indoor facilities include a 50m x 25m competition pool with a moveable floor, teaching and therapy pools, therapeutic whirlpools, diving platforms and springboards, deep water wells and seating for spectators.
Lockers, restrooms, meeting rooms, administration and concession spaces round out the program.
Project Data
Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center 2014-00006-000
City of Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
PROJECT SCOPE
New Construction
HED ROLE
Executive Architect
RSF/GSF
68,000
CONSTRUCTION COST
$0.0 Million
SUSTAINABILITY LEVEL
HED Standard
YEAR COMPLETED
2016
Project Team
  • Brent Miller
    AIA, LEED AP BD+C
    Managing Principal
    PRINCIPAL
  • Duane Fisher
    AIA, LEED AP BD+C
    Associate
    Architecture + Design

  • Freddie Angelito
    Electrical Engineering

  • Bharat Patel
    PE, CEM, LEED AP
    Principal
    Engineering Leader

  • Sean Bani
    PE, LEED AP
    Principal
    Electrical Engineering Leader

  • Gary Goldblum
    AIA, CSI
    Associate Principal
    Architecture + Design

A sleek aquatics center combines community and competition.
Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center, City of Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
PROJECT DATA
PROJECT TEAM
Making a splash.
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