Koper municipal pool

Koper, Slovenia

A run-down community and competition pool in Koper, Slovenia, is brought brilliantly back-to-life using Myrtha RenovAction Technology.

 

The municipal Olympic swimming pool was built in Koper near to the sea. The center, which stands next to the sports hall (Arena Bonifika) used by basketball and handball teams, thus completes the area of ​​the sports facilities of the Istrian town. The concrete swimming pool abandoned due to the economic crisis after 10 years had been deteriorated, but thanks to the Myrtha RenovAction system, it was completely renovated. The project includes a 50m competition swimming pool equipped with 10 Myrtha Track Start blocks for each head and a Myrtha Flow Through movable bulkhead that allows to create separate areas for different activities. The pool is used by the local swimming team and also waterpolo team, always supported by the fans who crowd the stands with over a thousand seats during national and international competitions. The technology of Myrtha pools in fact respects the FINA standards for both swimming and water polo. The pool is also intended for learning and recreational use and is an important resource for promoting the growth of water sports in Slovenia.

A run-down community and competition pool in Koper, Slovenia, is brought brilliantly back-to-life using Myrtha RenovAction Technology.

 

The municipal Olympic swimming pool was built in Koper near to the sea. The center, which stands next to the sports hall (Arena Bonifika) used by basketball and handball teams, thus completes the area of ​​the sports facilities of the Istrian town. The concrete swimming pool abandoned due to the economic crisis after 10 years had been deteriorated, but thanks to the Myrtha RenovAction system, it was completely renovated. The project includes a 50m competition swimming pool equipped with 10 Myrtha Track Start blocks for each head and a Myrtha Flow Through movable bulkhead that allows to create separate areas for different activities. The pool is used by the local swimming team and also waterpolo team, always supported by the fans who crowd the stands with over a thousand seats during national and international competitions. The technology of Myrtha pools in fact respects the FINA standards for both swimming and water polo. The pool is also intended for learning and recreational use and is an important resource for promoting the growth of water sports in Slovenia.