Work is underway on Reston Community Center’s Terry L. Smith Aquatics Center, which closed roughly one month ago for major renovations.
RCC staff vacated the area after the pool was drained in early January, according to the update.
Recently, the crew from Branch & Associates has been removing wiring and ductwork in the ceilings and walls. The contractors have installed a safety railing around the pool and covered the overlook windows, the update says, adding that the crew was slated to put in a construction camera last week.
Locals might have noticed that a construction fence and work trailer are now outside in RCC’s parking lot.
RCC says that it will post monthly construction updates with photos, allowing people can follow along with the progress on the pools.
The renovated facility, designed by RRMM-Lukmire Architects, will include a 25-yard lap pool with zero-depth entry, a warm-water therapeutic pool, updated infrastructure systems and a new roof. It is slated to reopen in October.
Photos via Reston Community Center
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