Water Features

Pools Condition Audit & Titlow Beach Pool

Pools Condition Audit & Titlow Beach Pool

Tacoma Parks Department - Tacoma, WA

Conducted a condition audit of the mechanical systems serving existing park pools.

Prepared a review of the pool circulation and filtering systems with the Metro Parks Maintenance Personnel.

Provided recommendations and costs for improvements and renovations.

Served as the mechanical consultant for the design of the boiler replacement at the pool.

Rainier Beach Community Center Pool

Rainier Beach Community Center Pool

S.M. Stemper - Seattle, WA

Renovation of pool's HVAC system featured air-to-air heat recovery units for the lockers and pool

Mercer Island Beach Club Pool

Mercer Island Beach Club - Mercer Island, WA

Greenbusch conducted a condition audit of the mechanical systems serving the 40 year old Mercer Island Beach Club Pool. This audit included a review of the pool circulation, heating and filtration systems with the purpose of identifying the source of winter water loss and comparison with current code requirements. Recommendations and costs for improvements and renovations were provided. Greenbusch also consulted with structural engineers and pool contractors to determine the feasibility of lowering the shallow end of the pool.

Queen Anne Community Pool

Queen Anne Community Pool

Seattle Parks Department - Seattle, WA

Prime consultant for renovation of pool's HVAC system.

Improved indoor air quality included installation of a new air-to-air heat recovery unit and modification of the electrical service.

Kandle Park & Pool

Kandle Park & Pool

SHKS - Seattle, WA

Greenbusch provided calculations and design for the water circulation and filtration systems for the pools at Tacoma’s Kandle Park, including a 150,000-gallon wave pool, with a maximum water depth of 5 feet, and a 6,400-gallon wading pool, with a maximum water depth of 1 foot. Our design included three 78-inch diameter vertical sand filters, balance tanks, pumps (up to 30HP), variable speed drives, pipe, and ultraviolet sterilization. We also designed the pool heating water system, which included two copper heat exchanger boilers, shell and tube heat exchangers, and associated pipes and pumps. We coordinated with a pool feature designer on the various spray-toys in/around the pools. We also provided mechanical designs for the new support buildings for the park complex and pool.