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How much does does it cost to build an indoor Olympic size swimming pool?
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You do realize that an Olympic pool measures 50 meters or 164 feet !!! Do you have a building large enough to accomodate that size plus the decking etc that would surround that size pool?
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Answer That last answer was not very helpful. Installing an aboveground pool can cost $1,500-$5,000; for in-ground $7,000-$16,000 for a vinyl-lined model, $15,000-…$25,000 for a fiberglass shell and $17,000-$45,000 for concrete or gunite. However, custom designs can run prices much higher. source: costhelper.com
492 feet or 150 meters, 50m x 25m.
2,500,000 liters or 2.5 mega-liters of water. Olympic size pools measure: 50 meters long, 25 meters wide, and a minimum of 2 meters deep. (25m x 50m x 2m… = 2,500m3; 1L = 0.001m3 so 2,500 x 1000 = 2,500,000L) 660,430 gallons of water. 50 meters = 164.041995 feet (a) 25 meters = 82.0209975 feet (b) 2 meters = 6.5616798 feet (c) Volume = (a) * (b) * (c) = 88,286.66721 cubic feet 88,286.66721 cubic feet = 660,430.1339 U.S. gallons
A common misconception is for people refer to a 20 x 40' residential pool as an Olympic pool. It is not an Olympic pool size pool and nowhere near it. The 20 x 40' pool would …fit several times inside an Olympic. A rough estimate would be $500,000 at the absolute minimum. A figure closer to $1,000,000 (or even several times higher) would not be unreasonable depending upon the requirements for the overall facility (lockers, showers, reception area, etc...) Pools of this size and complexity are a significant construction undertaking. By the way it's 50m = 164.042 feet X 25m = 82.02 feet ___ A junior olympic, either 25 yards (SCY) or 25 meters (SCM), would probably be a more realistic option for a residential pool. Whether you decide on a short course or long course pool, there's no need to make the pool several lanes wide. Much of the above cost assumes you want an 8 lane pool. For a residential lap pool that would be insane! A 25-meter two-lane pool should cost no more than $50k. A 50-meter two lane pool should cost no more than $100-150k.
It coastz mudkipz and 10 rainbowz I don't know what the previous poster's currency is but in US Dollars you can build a stripped down (there won't be a lot of flex or extra s…pace for other amenities or even money making possibilities) rink for less than $1,000,000 and after that, the sky is the limit. As a female figure skater interested in building my own rink, I have been looking into this for years and drawing various plans for roller and ice rinks since I was about 12 years old. My dad did commercial construction work for years and I think I have interest in drawing plans and building things from him. Many rinks (buildings, chillers, HVAC, fixtures, etc. NOT including furnishings) fall between the $1.5 and 6 million dollar mark depending on the number of ice surfaces, square footage, grading (if any), etc. It is because of all these variables that no one will be able to give you a firm price until you've got some plans and materials lists in hand. Also, how will the rink be used? Do you want a rink dedicated to figure skating, hockey or both? Year round or seasonal? Also, the more space and amenities you want, the higher the price will be and furnishings will add to costs so all of this must be taken into account. You will make the most money if you have a low debt load arena so keep in mind the amount of money that will have to be financed versus the amount that you will be able to pay outright towards the cost. The less borrowed, the better for you if you're in it for the long haul. Happy skating!
50 meters long and 25 meters wide
It is 100 yards long An Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters long by 25 meters wide (164 feet x 82 feet).
It depends on many factors including the type of surface you choose (Diamond Brite, White Plaster, Pebbletec, etc.), and the type of coping stones, but I would estimate around… $3,000 and $6,000.
An Olympic pool is 50m long by 25m wide by a minimum of 2m deep. The volume of water this pool can hold using the minimum depth to calculate is 2,500,000 L. In order to co…nvert volume to mass you could use density as a conversion factor, however it's pretty much agreed upon that the weight of a liter of water at most temperatures is 1 kg. That means there's 2,500,000 kg of water in an Olympic-sized pool, or 2,500 tonnes or about 5,500,000 pounds.
Indoor pools can be a great way to go in the long run. There can be less worry of leaves in the pool, little or no bug and a temperature controlled environment. The price to i…nstall indoor pools depending size and preferences ranges from $20,000 to $100,000 which does not include the price of the pool. The pool will cost about $10,000-$80,000
Answer Do you know that you are talking about a pool that is 50 meters or 165 feet long? Olympic Sized Pools Yes. With lots and lots …of $. Your backyard probably isn't a very good location though.........
$120 A Bottom Surface SF ANSW:: most people refer to a 20 x 40' residential pool as an Olympic pool... IT IS NOT AN OLYMPIC POOL size pool and nowhere near it. The 20 x 4…0' pool would fit several times inside an Olympic.
Depending on what the pool has I would say around $500,000 for a good sized one and pretty basic. Like bollocks petal, i've had more expensive mac donalds that that. A public …pool costs around £15-20 MILLION not $500,000 (or £250,000 if you use proper money). it really depends on the size and whether your local council is a skint flint or Mr Money Bags.
Size of an Olympic swimming pool is very huge. It is used to held different swimming sports. Roughly it is the size of 88,000 cubic meter.
I`m a pool salesman in Los Angeles area. Without seeing property, assuming flat lot etc, easy access etc, no complications: I will say $55,000, for a completely equiped pool w…ith 600 s.f. deck included. You can add any and everything to that in options