The Rengstorff Park Aquatics Center project includes demolition of the existing building, pools, site improvements, and the construction of a replacement facility designed to become a year-round aquatics center for the City of Mountain View. The state-of-the-art aquatics center will include an approximately 8,200 SF aquatics center building, new lap and leisure pools, pool deck, perimeter fencing, and associated site improvements. In addition, the existing parking lot will be revised to incorporate a vehicle drop-off circle, provisions for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, and will also be restriped to improve efficiency. The project will also feature a design/build roof-mounted solar photovoltaic and solar thermal water heating system. This project is also designed to meet the latest Mountain View Green Building codes and is projected to achieve LEED Gold certification per City policy. Other specific improvements include the installation of pool heating arid water-treatment equipment; mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and low-voltage systems; new fire sprinkler system; new finishes; site utilities; parking layout improvements; and parking layout improvements landscaping; and irrigation.
Rengstorff Park is home to multiple public amenities, including a high-volume Community Center, skateboard park, basketball courts, barbecue area, tennis courts, outdoor exercise equipment, and a large open field for city-wide recreational activities. The park is also bifurcated by a critical underground water aqueduct and easement owned by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC).
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