Project Description

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Lewisville Sun Valley

Sun Valley Park in Lewisville, Texas had an old and outdated rectangular swimming pool. The old pool was removed and a new municipal waterpark was built in its place. The waterpark opened in May 2005 and has been an overwhelming success with near capacity crowds every day enjoying the over 14,500 square feet of aquatic venue.

Park Features:

  • Leisure pool with 9,400 square feet.
    • Lazy River
    • Zero Depth children’s play area
    • SCS 112 interactive water playground
    • Hydro Therapy sitting area
    • Open and closed flume waterslide
  • Competition Pool with 4,500 square feet
    • 12.5 foot deep end with 1 meter diving
    • 8 lane 25 foot competition pool
  • Tot Pool
    • Shallow water with toys just for the little ones

Project Highlights

Sunbelt Scope of Work:

  • All pool construction
  • Provided and installed all pool toys
    • Water slide by Splashtacular
    • SCS 112 water playground
    • Raindrop umbrellas fountain
    • Superior Foam Tugboat slide and lily pads
    • Underwater geysers
    • Whale Slide by NBGS
  • Nemato National fiberglass high rate sand filters
  • Stranco System 5 chemical controllers
  • Pumps from ITT Marlow
  • Automatic water level controllers from Aquaticontrol

Owner: City of Lewisville, Texas

Owner Representative: Gary Davis, Project Manager, Hilary Pike, Aquatic Coordinator

General Contractor: J.C. Commercial, Larry Wagner

Architect: Kimley-Horn & Associates, Mark Hatchel