Pools and aquatic centres are one of the most used facilities in the community.
It provides a safe and controlled environment for families with kids and for holiday-makers, especially those who aren’t used to swimming in the ocean.
With the degree of usage, scheduling major maintenance for pools and aquatic centres is difficult because a total closure means income loss.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has caused countries to go on lockdown to flatten the curve of infections. The abrupt Covid-19 lockdown caused community pools and aquatic centres to be closed as well.
Ross Waugh, Director and Founder of Waugh Infrastructure Management has written a series of blog posts presenting how infrastructure owners and authorities can apply the Carpe Diem strategy.
Ross presents some suggestions on what Pools and Aquatic Centre management may possibly do in this period of closure due to the pandemic.
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