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Levitate unwraps Nottingham swimming pool

[First look + project data] Levitate Architecture and Design Studio has completed this £9 million leisure centre for Nottingham City Council

The project tranform’s Nottingham’s 1850s Victoria baths close to Sneinton Market Square into a new leisure facility.

The schemes features a 70 station gym, 25 metre-long swimming pool, a children’s fun splash area, a teaching pool, a multi-activity studio and sauna and steam rooms.

Located within the Sneinton Market Conservation Area, the building’s 19th century clock tower was retained and repurposed as an entrance to the swimming pool.

The original pool had been backfilled and hidden behind brick squash courts in the early 1970s.


Project data


Architects: Levitate Architecture
Location: Nottingham
Type of Project: Public Leisure Centre
Structural Engineers: Furness Partnership
Project Architect: David Guy
Client: Nottingham City Council
Tender date: Spring 2010
Start on site date: August 2010
Contract duration: 18 months
Gross internal floor area: 3000m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: D&B, procured through the LEP Inspired Spaces
Total cost: £9million
M&E consultant: BSP
Planning supervisor: Schal
Main contractor: Carillion

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