Centre Aqualudique L’Odyssée

Aulnay-sous-Bois, France

The l’Odyssée Aquatic Center project in Aulnay-sous-Bois, Seine-Saint-Denis, has consistently generated significant interest. The anticipation surrounding the project has been amply rewarded by the positive response of swimmers who, as of 2021, have access to a modern, multifunctional center.

 

Myrtha Pools, in collaboration with Chabanne, constructed a large center capable of accommodating more than 2,500 people at once. The center combines Myrtha technology and Myrtha RenovAction, a process that allows major work to be done without completely destroying existing pools and offers technical advantages.

 

A total of seven pools with varying functionalities were constructed. An important project, selected to be part of the aquatic facilities for training swimmers for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.

 

 

There are two areas within the facility to allow great operational flexibility: one dedicated to swimming and recreation with an Olympic-size pool, equipped with a movable floor and flip up bulkhead, a diving pool, also equipped with a climbing wall, and a leisure pool. The other area is dedicated to relaxation, with a pool equipped with geysers, fountains, and whirlpool jets.

 

The project includes an outdoor area with a summer play pool, a river, and a northern pool. The northern pool is equipped with a thermal cover that is deployed at night to maintain optimal temperature.

All pools have been equipped with the Myrtha Soft Walk, a soft mattress placed at the bottom of the pool, which increases comfort and safety for users.

 

Significantly involved in a sustainable development initiative, the project is based on measures to achieve energy savings and generate renewable energy sources, covering 63 percent of total energy needs

 

Credit Photos: Frederic Lechat e UCPA

The l’Odyssée Aquatic Center project in Aulnay-sous-Bois, Seine-Saint-Denis, has consistently generated significant interest. The anticipation surrounding the project has been amply rewarded by the positive response of swimmers who, as of 2021, have access to a modern, multifunctional center.

 

Myrtha Pools, in collaboration with Chabanne, constructed a large center capable of accommodating more than 2,500 people at once. The center combines Myrtha technology and Myrtha RenovAction, a process that allows major work to be done without completely destroying existing pools and offers technical advantages.

 

A total of seven pools with varying functionalities were constructed. An important project, selected to be part of the aquatic facilities for training swimmers for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.

 

There are two areas within the facility to allow great operational flexibility: one dedicated to swimming and recreation with an Olympic-size pool, equipped with a movable floor and movable bulkhead, a diving pool, also equipped with a climbing wall, and a leisure pool. The other area is dedicated to relaxation, with a pool equipped with geysers, fountains, and whirlpool jets.

 

The project includes an outdoor area with a summer play pool, a river, and a northern pool. The northern pool is equipped with a thermal cover that is deployed at night to maintain optimal temperature.

All pools have been equipped with the Myrtha Soft Walk, a soft mattress placed at the bottom of the pool, which increases comfort and safety for users.

 

Significantly involved in a sustainable development initiative, the project is based on measures to achieve energy savings and generate renewable energy sources, covering 63 percent of total energy needs

 

Credit Photos: Frederic Lechat e UCPA