Employees of Premier Pools in Richland work Wednesday on a re-tiling and re-plastering project at the George Prout Memorial Pool in Richland. The project, budgeted for an estimated $200,000, also repaired voids discovered under the popular 25-meter pool and diving facility, according to parks and public facilities manager Phil Pinard. City officials are expecting the pool to be ready for the June 15 public opening. The last resurfacing project for the pool was in 2002, said Pinard.
Employees of Premier Pools in Richland work Wednesday on a re-tiling and re-plastering project at the George Prout Memorial Pool in Richland. The project, budgeted for an estimated $200,000, also repaired voids discovered under the popular 25-meter pool and diving facility, according to parks and public facilities manager Phil Pinard. City officials are expecting the pool to be ready for the June 15 public opening. The last resurfacing project for the pool was in 2002, said Pinard. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Employees of Premier Pools in Richland work Wednesday on a re-tiling and re-plastering project at the George Prout Memorial Pool in Richland. The project, budgeted for an estimated $200,000, also repaired voids discovered under the popular 25-meter pool and diving facility, according to parks and public facilities manager Phil Pinard. City officials are expecting the pool to be ready for the June 15 public opening. The last resurfacing project for the pool was in 2002, said Pinard. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald