Lake County YMCA
multiple locations, Ohio

Central Branch - Painesville, OHio

The Adventure Center is a play room for grade-school youth and also contains the laundry facilities. The area was damaged in a fire. Tec completed the engineering for the restoration. 

The Service Lobby is the main hub of traffic through the facility. Tec designed the lighting improvements throughout the corridor. Initially the main entry and the corridor leading to the HLC were completed. The service desk was improved during the remediation from the fire damage.

Racquetball Court renovations included mechanical engineering design for the replacement of the sanitary lines located above the racquetball court, and for the installation of new heating and ventilating equipment for the racquetball courts.      

In 2000, the facility boilers were in desperate need of replacement. Tec completed the engineering to complete the upgrade to the new boilers. 


East End Branch - Madison, Ohio

The Lake County YMCA East End Branch is about 50,000 square feet and includes a gymnasium, wellness center, 6 lane pool, racquetball court, child watch (babysitting), licensed child care, running/walking track, aerobics studio, youth / teen center, locker rooms. 

Tec completed the MEP engineering for the addition of the Wellness Center which is used for cardio and strength training. At the time of construction, most of the 50 pieces of cardio equipment required electrical power.  

A separate project required troubleshooting the HVAC system to determine the issues with cooling the facility. 


West End Branch - Willoughby, Ohio

The Lake County YMCA West End Branch is about 65,000 square feet and includes a gymnasium, wellness center, 4 lane and instructional pools, racquetball court, child watch (babysitting), running/walking track, program gymnasium, free-weight room, cardiovascular with Exercise Equipment Plus Cardio Theatre, locker rooms, multi-purpose room. 

Tec completed the MEP engineering for the renovation to convert an indoor track to a fitness center with cardio equipment. At the time of construction, most of the 25 pieces of cardio equipment required electrical power.  

A separate project was the renovation of the service lobby which improved traffic flow, security and facility aesthetics.