Shalom Austin JCC New Pool and Tennis Courts Start to Take Shape
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.
Construction continues inside the building. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.
Form work and rebar is installed for the pools. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.
Tennis court concrete pads have been poured. Credit: Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org ■
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