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Park City Recreation Center Gets Indoor, Outdoor Upgrades

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Courtesy of VCBO Architecture
Additional aquatic features are planned for subsequent phases of the project.
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2012 Award of Merit

Sports/Entertainment Category

Park City MARC

Park City, Utah

VCBO Architecture has been involved in the transformation of the Park City Municipal Activity Recreation Center, or MARC, for nearly a decade, including developing a plan for the new outdoor pool facility. The first phase of the project included adding an outdoor leisure pool with a new pool deck, fencing and upgraded utilities.

Inside, the project team added a running track that circulates through the tennis and cardio fitness areas and installed interior glass walls to enhance views from one exercise area to the next. Long-term aquatic features planned for subsequent phases include a helical slide, new therapy pools, a climbing wall and additional deck and seating areas.

Key Players

Owner: Park City Municipal Corp., Park City

Architect: VCBO Architecture, Salt Lake City

General Contractor: Okland Construction, Salt Lake City

Submitted by VCBO Architecture

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