The 80-year-old pool outside of USF’s H. William Heller Hall will soon be replaced by a new one closer to the center of campus.
That’s right – the university’s Board of Trustees have approved the use of $2.1 million to build a new 4,600 square-foot-pool with an enclosed pumphouse, as well as new indoor classroom and office space.
The new facility will be built behind the Pelican Apartment’s residence hall, where a retention pond currently sits.
Design details will likely be completed by January, with bids for the construction going out in spring. The pool is expected to open by Spring 2023.
– Kelly Hayes, Extensive Enterprises Media