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The New Moana Aquatic Center. Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics Concept & Key Design Features. Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, Inc. Group of citizens concerned about future of Aquatics in Northern Nevada Formed Nevada Nonprofit Corporation Granted IRS 501 (c) 3 status.

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the new moana aquatic center

The New Moana Aquatic Center

Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics

Concept & Key Design Features

sierra nevada community aquatics inc
Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, Inc.
  • Group of citizens concerned about future of Aquatics in Northern Nevada
  • Formed Nevada Nonprofit Corporation
  • Granted IRS 501 (c) 3 status
board of directors
Mike Ginsburg – President

Dan Meyer – Vice President

Barry Breslow – Vice President

Michele Casey – Treasurer

Elizabeth Fielder – Secretary

Margie Hemphill – Director

Chip Hobson – Director

Trish Reviglio – Director

Trace Robbers – Director

Matt Turville – Director

Rich Wait – Director

Board of Directors
advisory members
Wendy Alderman

Lance Bohlman, D.C. – No. NV Water Polo

Ron Cobb – Commercial Partners of Nevada

Greg & Lisa Carano – Eldorado Hotel & Casino

Norm Dianda – Q&D Construction

Rebecca Dickson – Dickson Realty

Heidi Gansert

George Ghusn – BJG Architecture & Engineering

Rick Goebel – North American Embroidery

Nello Gonfiantini – Specialty Financial

Kim Gross

Jennifer Hemphill – Little One’s Swim

Dave Hoover – Reno Aquatics

Bill Hughes – Peppermill Hotel

Mark Knobel – Attorney at Law

Stephanie Lepori – Silver Legacy Resort & Casino

Stephanie Lerude

Karl Matzoll – Right Way Investments

Ed McCaffery – McCaffery Fine Homes

Dan Peters

Marci Peterson

Rick Reviglio – Western NV Supply

Len Savage

Blake Smith – Somersett Development

Ralph Smith – Valley Construction

Sarah Stevenson 

Ted Stoever II – Jason Loose Pools & Spas

Mari Sullivan

Gene Sullivan

Bruce Thee – CPA

Rick Trachok – Attorney at Law

Casey Turville – Sherwin Williams

Lash Turville – Dermody Ventures

Bill Ware – Great Basin Adventure Park

Advisory Members
snca inc mission
SNCA Inc. Mission
  • Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics mission is to develop a multiuse aquatic center for the residents of the Truckee Meadows
our concept
Our Concept
  • Develop, build, and operate a multiuse aquatic center on the Moana site
  • SNCA Inc. provides ideas for master plan for 22 acre parcel
  • SNCA Inc. raises funds, constructs, and operates aquatic center on portion of Moana site
advantages of moana site for an aquatic center
Advantages of Moana Site for an Aquatic Center
  • Central location for all aquatic users
  • Historical site of pool
  • Geothermal resource available
conceptual plan
Conceptual Plan
  • Aquatic Center
    • ~ 100,000 square foot footprint building
    • Including grandstands may be as much as 130,000 sf total
  • Improved ball field layout
    • Better space utilization/safety
  • Development Site
    • Recreation Center
    • Flat Fields
    • Senior Center
    • Ice Rink
    • Commercial Development
    • City/User input
primary pool functions
Primary Pool Functions
  • Competitive Swimming
  • Recreation
  • Instruction
  • Therapy
  • Multiuse
  • Diving
  • Accessory Spaces
functional plan
Functional plan

Fire station

Moana Lane

Recreation

Multiuse

Instruction

Therapy

Accessory Spaces

Competition

Diving/Warm-up

competitive swimming pool key features
Competitive Swimming Pool Key Features
  • Cooler water (80° F +/-)
  • 54m x 25 yd (two, 2m bulkheads)
  • Depth minimum 2.2m (7 feet)
  • Methods of use
    • Max 20 lanes , 25 yard course (18 w/o edge lanes)
    • Max 8 lanes, 50m course (six lanes w/o edge lanes)
    • One 25yrd x 30m water polo (bulkheads move to create this)
  • Events:
    • High school competitions/training
    • Masters swimming
    • Water polo competition
    • University meets/training
recreation pool key features
Recreation PoolKey Features
  • Water based play for children
  • Irregular shape but roughly 25 x 25 yards.
  • Warm Water 90° F
  • “River” feature (one way flow area)
  • Platforms in pool to swim to and stand on
  • Zero entry to maximum four feet
  • Slide
  • Splash area
  • Wave Rider Feature
  • Events:
    • Birthday parties
    • Other group parties
    • Drop in usage
multiuse pool key features
Multiuse PoolKey Features
  • Warm Water - 85° F
  • 25 yards x 60 feet (+/-)
  • 6 lanes, 25 yards + 15’ edge area
  • Depth: 4 feet +/-.
  • Stair entry area, multiple use boundary
  • Lift Chair
  • Usage
    • Instruction
    • Aqua-size
    • Competition warm up pool
instruction pool key features
Instruction PoolKey Features
  • Warm water 90° (+/-)
  • 25 yards x 42 ft (+/-)
  • Steps at each instructional area
  • Lap lanes have independent entry
  • Typical depth approximately 4 feet
  • Lift Chair (alternate use for therapy)
  • Multiple areas to separate classes
    • Individual lease areas (five in current plan)
    • Two lanes for more advanced instruction
therapy and rehabilitation pool key features
Therapy and RehabilitationPool Key Features
  • Very warm water (94° F)
  • 25 yards X 38 feet (+/-)
  • Highly variable depth: 4’ to 7’ Multiple stations
    • Jetted Bench
    • Watsu area
    • Handrails on stairs
  • Lift Chair
  • Ramp
diving pool key features
Diving PoolKey Features
  • Temperature 85-88
  • Depth for 3m springboard = 12’ 6”
  • Doubles as warm up pool for competitions.
  • Uses:
    • Diving
    • Water polo (smaller than competition class)
    • Scuba training
    • Warm up pool for competitions
    • 25 yard additional courses.
accessory spaces
Accessory Spaces
  • Lockers –Men/Women
  • Changing Rooms
    • Family & Common Lockers
    • HC Assist
  • Lobby Area
  • Storage Spaces
  • Grandstands
  • Accessory Retail / Food
main lobby
Main Lobby
  • Check in desk
  • Open space for
    • Staging classes arriving (buses of students)
    • Tables to support food service
  • Access to spectator seating
  • Access to locker rooms and pools
competition pool accessories
Competition Pool Accessories
  • Grandstands:
    • Spectator Seating
      • Above locker room on deck
      • Seating for 1000 +/-
      • Requires two stairs and one elevator
    • Competition pool deck is 20’ wide minimum
    • Lane float storage
    • Timing equipment / touch pads
    • Scoreboards

GRANDSTANDS ABOVE LOCKERS

changing areas
Changing Areas
  • Changing Areas
    • Family changing locker area
      • Semi private changing booths, common locker area.
    • Lockers
      • Men and women for 250+/- each gender
    • Assisted changing rooms
      • HC accessible with assistant
recreation pool accessory areas
Recreation Pool Accessory Areas
  • Party rooms – Three in current plan
  • Splash Area
    • Spray features fixed and timed
  • Slides:
    • Raceway slide
    • Small slide(s) for toddlers
  • Wave Rider Feature
  • Storage
retail area
Retail Area
  • 5000 +/- sf allocated as lease demands
    • Coffee, Juice bar
    • Swim accessory store
    • Pizza or burgers, Sub shop
    • Exterior entrances
making the dream a reality
Making the Dream a Reality
  • SNCA has developed a comprehensive functional plan for aquatics users
  • SNCA is committed to making this plan a reality on the Moana site by July of 2011.