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The New Moana Aquatic Center Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics Concept & Key Design Features The New Moana Aquatic Center Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics Concept & Key Design Features

Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, Inc. Ø Group of citizens concerned about future of Aquatics Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, Inc. Ø Group of citizens concerned about future of Aquatics in Northern Nevada Ø Formed Nevada Nonprofit Corporation Ø Granted IRS 501 (c) 3 status

Board of Directors Ø Ø Ø Mike Ginsburg – President Dan Meyer – Vice Board of Directors Ø Ø Ø Mike Ginsburg – President Dan Meyer – Vice President Barry Breslow – Vice President Michele Casey – Treasurer Elizabeth Fielder – Secretary Margie Hemphill – Director Ø Ø Ø Chip Hobson – Director Trish Reviglio – Director Trace Robbers – Director Matt Turville – Director Rich Wait – Director

Advisory Members Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Wendy Alderman Lance Bohlman, D. C. – Advisory Members Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Wendy Alderman Lance Bohlman, D. C. – No. NV Water Polo Ron Cobb – Commercial Partners of Nevada Greg & Lisa Carano – Eldorado Hotel & Casino Norm Dianda – Q&D Construction Rebecca Dickson – Dickson Realty Heidi Gansert George Ghusn – BJG Architecture & Engineering Rick Goebel – North American Embroidery Nello Gonfiantini – Specialty Financial Kim Gross Jennifer Hemphill – Little One’s Swim Dave Hoover – Reno Aquatics Bill Hughes – Peppermill Hotel Mark Knobel – Attorney at Law Stephanie Lepori – Silver Legacy Resort & Casino Stephanie Lerude Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Karl Matzoll – Right Way Investments Ed Mc. Caffery – Mc. Caffery Fine Homes Dan Peters Marci Peterson Rick Reviglio – Western NV Supply Len Savage Blake Smith – Somersett Development Ralph Smith – Valley Construction Sarah Stevenson Ted Stoever II – Jason Loose Pools & Spas Mari Sullivan Gene Sullivan Bruce Thee – CPA Rick Trachok – Attorney at Law Casey Turville – Sherwin Williams Lash Turville – Dermody Ventures Bill Ware – Great Basin Adventure Park

SNCA Inc. Mission Ø Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics mission is to develop a multiuse SNCA Inc. Mission Ø Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics mission is to develop a multiuse aquatic center for the residents of the Truckee Meadows

Our Concept Ø Develop, build, and operate a multiuse aquatic center on the Moana Our Concept Ø Develop, build, and operate a multiuse aquatic center on the Moana site Ø SNCA Inc. provides ideas for master plan for 22 acre parcel Ø SNCA Inc. raises funds, constructs, and operates aquatic center on portion of Moana site

Advantages of Moana Site for an Aquatic Center Ø Central location for all aquatic Advantages of Moana Site for an Aquatic Center Ø Central location for all aquatic users Ø Historical site of pool Ø Geothermal resource available

Conceptual Plan Ø Aquatic Center l l Ø Improved ball field layout l Ø Conceptual Plan Ø Aquatic Center l l Ø Improved ball field layout l Ø ~ 100, 000 square footprint building Including grandstands may be as much as 130, 000 sf total Better space utilization/safety Development Site l l l Recreation Center Flat Fields Senior Center Ice Rink Commercial Development City/User input

Conceptual Site Plan Conceptual Site Plan

Primary Pool Functions Ø Competitive Swimming Ø Recreation Ø Instruction Ø Therapy Ø Multiuse Primary Pool Functions Ø Competitive Swimming Ø Recreation Ø Instruction Ø Therapy Ø Multiuse Ø Diving Ø Accessory Spaces

Functional plan oa M tion ta na s Recreation e Multiuse an L Fire Functional plan oa M tion ta na s Recreation e Multiuse an L Fire Instruction Therapy e pac s S y sor s ce Ac Diving/Warm-up Competition

Competitive Swimming Pool Key Features Cooler water (80° F +/-) Ø 54 m x Competitive Swimming Pool Key Features Cooler water (80° F +/-) Ø 54 m x 25 yd (two, 2 m bulkheads) Ø Depth minimum 2. 2 m (7 feet) Ø Methods of use Ø l l l Ø Max 20 lanes , 25 yard course (18 w/o edge lanes) Max 8 lanes, 50 m course (six lanes w/o edge lanes) One 25 yrd x 30 m water polo (bulkheads move to create this) Events: l l High school competitions/training Masters swimming Water polo competition University meets/training

Recreation Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Water based play for children Recreation Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Water based play for children Irregular shape but roughly 25 x 25 yards. Warm Water 90° F “River” feature (one way flow area) Platforms in pool to swim to and stand on Zero entry to maximum four feet Slide Splash area Wave Rider Feature Events: l l l Birthday parties Other group parties Drop in usage

Multiuse Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Warm Water - 85° F 25 Multiuse Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Warm Water - 85° F 25 yards x 60 feet (+/-) 6 lanes, 25 yards + 15’ edge area Depth: 4 feet +/-. Stair entry area, multiple use boundary Lift Chair Usage l l l Instruction Aqua-size Competition warm up pool

Instruction Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Warm water 90° (+/-) 25 yards Instruction Pool Key Features Ø Ø Ø Ø Warm water 90° (+/-) 25 yards x 42 ft (+/-) Steps at each instructional area Lap lanes have independent entry Typical depth approximately 4 feet Lift Chair (alternate use for therapy) Multiple areas to separate classes l l Individual lease areas (five in current plan) Two lanes for more advanced instruction

Therapy and Rehabilitation Pool Key Features Ø Very warm water (94° F) Ø 25 Therapy and Rehabilitation Pool Key Features Ø Very warm water (94° F) Ø 25 yards X 38 feet (+/-) Ø Highly variable depth: 4’ to 7’ Multiple stations l l l Jetted Bench Watsu area Handrails on stairs Ø Lift Chair Ø Ramp

Diving Pool Key Features Ø Ø Temperature 85 -88 Depth for 3 m springboard Diving Pool Key Features Ø Ø Temperature 85 -88 Depth for 3 m springboard = 12’ 6” Doubles as warm up pool for competitions. Uses: l l l Diving Water polo (smaller than competition class) Scuba training Warm up pool for competitions 25 yard additional courses.

Accessory Spaces Ø Lockers –Men/Women Ø Changing Rooms l l Family & Common Lockers Accessory Spaces Ø Lockers –Men/Women Ø Changing Rooms l l Family & Common Lockers HC Assist Ø Lobby Area Ø Storage Spaces Ø Grandstands Ø Accessory Retail / Food

Main Lobby Check in desk Ø Open space for Ø l l Staging classes Main Lobby Check in desk Ø Open space for Ø l l Staging classes arriving (buses of students) Tables to support food service Access to spectator seating Ø Access to locker rooms and pools Ø

Ø Grandstands: l Spectator Seating • Above locker room on deck • Seating for Ø Grandstands: l Spectator Seating • Above locker room on deck • Seating for 1000 +/ • Requires two stairs and one elevator l l Competition pool deck is 20’ wide minimum Lane float storage Timing equipment / touch pads Scoreboards GRANDSTANDS ABOVE LOCKERS Competition Pool Accessories

Changing Areas Ø Changing Areas l Family changing locker area • Semi private changing Changing Areas Ø Changing Areas l Family changing locker area • Semi private changing booths, common locker area. l Lockers • Men and women for 250+/- each gender l Assisted changing rooms • HC accessible with assistant

Recreation Pool Accessory Areas Party rooms – Three in current plan Ø Splash Area Recreation Pool Accessory Areas Party rooms – Three in current plan Ø Splash Area Ø l Ø Slides: l l Ø Ø Spray features fixed and timed Raceway slide Small slide(s) for toddlers Wave Rider Feature Storage

Retail Area Ø 5000 +/- sf allocated as lease demands l l Coffee, Juice Retail Area Ø 5000 +/- sf allocated as lease demands l l Coffee, Juice bar Swim accessory store Pizza or burgers, Sub shop Exterior entrances

Making the Dream a Reality Ø SNCA has developed a comprehensive functional plan for Making the Dream a Reality Ø SNCA has developed a comprehensive functional plan for aquatics users Ø SNCA is committed to making this plan a reality on the Moana site by July of 2011.