Moana Springs Community Aquatics & Fitness Center

Facility Information

The Moana Springs Community Aquatics and Fitness Center is a 52,000-square-foot facility that will include:

  • 50-meter indoor competition pool
  • Multi-use indoor recreation pool
  • Outdoor soaking pool
  • 5,000-square-foot fitness room
  • Locker rooms
  • Multi-use rooms
Conceptual design only; subject to change*

Funding

The total Project Budget is $45 million, including a generous $9 million pledge from the William N. Pennington Foundation. The remaining funding will come from the General Capital Improvement Fund & Tax-Exempt General Obligation Bond.

Sustainability

Solar and Geothermal Energy

The City of Reno has increased its sustainability efforts to include goals of using solar and geothermal energy sources at the Moana Springs Community Aquatics and Fitness Center. Current plans include infrastructure to capitalize on solar and nearby geothermal opportunities, along with EV (electric vehicle) charging stations.

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Tree Preservation

In the spirit of maintaining the historic tree canopy of Old Southwest Reno, the building site of the Moana Springs Aquatics & Fitness Center project was intentionally selected to minimize removal of these beautiful trees.

Project Schedule

The overall project schedule is expected to be 17 months. Starting in August, the CORE team and selected Trade Partners will begin with utility relocation, modification to the existing adjacent soccer fields, and underground utilities & foundation work prior to the winter months of 2022-2023. Continuing through winter and into the spring/summer of 2023, the project team will progress through structure, MEP systems, enclosure, interior finishes and exterior site improvements with an anticipated completion of May 2024.

Milestones

  • Soccer field modifications, utility relocation, and foundation work
    Starts August 2022
  • Community center structure, MEP systems, enclosure, interior finishes and exterior site improvements
    Starts Winter 2022; finishes Summer 2023
  • Anticipated project completion
    May 2024

Community

City of Reno and CORE understand that construction operations can be noisy, dirty, and an inconvenience to the public. We are committed to being a good partner to surrounding neighborhoods, businesses and organizations who utilize the public playing fields. If you have questions or concerns about dust, noise, or traffic, we’d like to hear from you. For more information, you can download our resources for logistics and the latest community updates. 

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CORE Construction

Kurt Parriott
PreConstruction Project Manager

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City of Reno

Justin George
Project Manager

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City of Reno

Danny Gleich
Parks and Recreation Manager

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