AIA Alaska Chapter|“Honor” Award| 2011 Aquatics International Magazine|‘Best of Aquatics’ Award| 2011 Aquatics International Magazine|‘Dream Designs’ Award| 2011   KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL, KODIAK, ALASKA Aquatic Design Engineer- Counsilman-Hunsaker Salt Pure® Automated equipment by TMI Sustainable Aquatics Facility: 11,000 sq. ft. Cost: $12 million Occupancy: January 2009 Features: Lap Pool 25 Yard Competition pool with 6 lap lanes The Kodiak Island Borough Community Swimming pool features innovations such as on-site chlorine generation by TMI.  This newer saline pool sanitizing technology costs less to operate, requires less storage space, and minimizes the necessity for deliveries and handling of chemicals.  The pool also includes Ultraviolet sanitation – the Ultimate in Water! Read the full article by clicking here!

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