Johns Hopkins University

Baltimora, USA

In Baltimore, for the Natatorium of the Johns Hopkins University, Myrtha was able to retrofit a new permanent bulkhead. The pre-existing one, made of masonry and concrete, allowed competitive swimming only in the lower part of the pool because of its bulky dimension. The installation of the Myrtha flow-through bulkhead has increased the usability of the pool, which can now be used in its entirety, including the deep end, for both swimming events and water polo. Renovation of the entire pool will follow in 2026, using RenovAction technology, and the deck will be made mobile.

In Baltimore, for the Natatorium of the Johns Hopkins University, Myrtha was able to retrofit a new permanent bulkhead. The pre-existing one, made of masonry and concrete, allowed competitive swimming only in the lower part of the pool because of its bulky dimension. The installation of the Myrtha flow-through bulkhead has increased the usability of the pool, which can now be used in its entirety, including the deep end, for both swimming events and water polo. Renovation of the entire pool will follow in 2026, using RenovAction technology, and the deck will be made mobile.