Shalom Austin JCC New Pool and Tennis Courts Start to Take Shape | Shalom Austin

Shalom Austin JCC New Pool and Tennis Courts Start to Take Shape

Campus Improvements, Community News, Generations, Shalom Austin, The Jewish Outlook

Jun 23, 2021

Building pad site work and concrete piers are installed as the footprint for the new main building. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.

After starting construction only a few months ago, the Shalom Austin Jewish Community Center has made much progress on their new facilities as part of the Generations capital campaign for which the Austin community raised $25 million. Despite minor supply chain delays, Shalom Austin continues to make strides toward completing the first phase of construction and opening the new Rochelle & Stanley Ferdman Family Aquatic Center and the Hurt Family Tennis Center. 

Generations Construction Interior

Construction continues inside the building. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.

Generations Construction Pool

Form work and rebar is installed for the pools. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.

Generations Construction Tennis

Tennis court concrete pads have been poured. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.

Progress:
  • Tennis court concrete pads have been poured.
  • Form work and rebar is installed for the pools.
  • Piers for the water slides and aquatics building are installed.
  • Permits received for Phase 2 of construction. 
  • Building pad site work and concrete piers are installed as the footprint for the new main building.
  • Underground utilities and form work is in progress.
  • Exciting plans are underway for the new Krasoff Jewish Family Service Center. 

For more information, visit shalomaustin.org/generations. For ways to support the Generations Campaign, contact amy.hyman@shalomaustin.org ■

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