Two months down and about seven more to go for the renovation of the Reston Community Center’s Terry L. Smith Aquatics Center.
Two progress meetings took place before March 1, and the project “remains on schedule and on budget,” according to the post.
Demolition started in late January and continued through February. The demolition is expected to finish in early to mid-March, the post says.
The newly renovated facility, which will include a 25-yard lap pool with zero-depth entry, a warm-water therapeutic pool and a new roof, is slated to reopen in October.
Photos via Reston Community Center
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