• Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex
  • Multifonctional Aquatic Complex

Multifonctional Aquatic Complex

Ville de Lévis

Category

Education, sports and leisure


Client

Ville de Lévis


Location

Levis (Quebec) / Canada

Date

In progress


Budget

35,5 M$

Area

-


Credits

ABCP architecture + Bilodeau Baril Leeming architectes


Description

Families in Lévis will soon benefit from modern recreational facilities in the Saint-Nicolas sector with the implementation of the Multifunctional Aquatic Complex. This project will attract major sporting events in the Chaudière-Appalaches region and enhance the recreational offer for Lévis residents.

The new Multifunctional Aquatic Complex has two main sections: the ground level waterway and a community and dance component upstairs. The whole will be served by a large crossing hall and bright open on the two levels of the building, a real crossroads between the different functions and users. Upstairs, a secondary hall and stands with a capacity of 280 people will also allow parents to gather during activities while enjoying a full view of the water basins.

The aquatic section includes a semi-Olympic sports pool of 10 corridors, 4 jumps and 2 platforms (3m and 5m), as well as a recreational pool with 4 training corridors, a teaching area and a large water slide.

The dance and community section of the floor includes 4 studios with a capacity of 300 people with high quality equipment (floor surfaces, soundproofing, sound system, mirrors, etc.): Creative Dance, Classical Dance, Tap Dance and Multidanse. It also includes a multifunctional room with a capacity of 280 people, divisible into 3 separate sections as well as offices for user organizations and a catering area.