Kroc Center Coeur d’Alene – Idaho, USA

The Coeur d’Alene Kroc Center born thanks to the donation that Joan Kroc, widow of the McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, left to the Salvation Army.

The 12,000sm structure is composed by headquarters, aquatic center, wellness and leisure areas, conference rooms and place of worship.
Myrtha Pools installed two pools in the complex using Myrtha Technology: a 25mx25yards competition pool, variable depth 1.20 to 3.00m, and a leisure pool, both built with Structural Ceramic technology. The leisure pool, which surface is 1,000 m², is divided in 5 areas by islands and finger walls. Zones are: a training area, a zero entry baby area, a wellness area with hydro-massage inlets, river area and slides arrival area.

Kroc Center  Coeur d’Alene – Idaho, USA
State: USA
Type: Leisure and Lap Pool
Accessories: Hydromassages, Rivers, Zero-entry, Body and tube slides
Year: 2008
Dimension: 572,5 m²; 1000 m²
Depth: 1-3 m
Technology: Myrtha overflow gutter – structural, Myrtha zero entry
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