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Legacy Center pool gets new slide tower

By Linda Petersen
LEHI—The city is replacing the indoor pool slide tower at the Legacy Center. On June 6, Legacy Center Director Dan Harrison told the mayor and city council that the tower, originally constructed in 2005, had never been coated properly and that he had received an engineer's opinion in 2012 that the level of deterioration was beyond repair on some parts of the tower.

On June 27, the council awarded the bid for reconstruction of the pool tower to Shepherd Fabrication and Peterson Company. Shepherd Fabrication will remove the old slide tower stairway and rail, sandblast, apply a primer coat of paint and paint the support columns (both horizontal and vertical), prepare the steel and cement and erect new fiberglass stairs and rail for $90,950.

Peterson Company will provide all the parts for the project including dark gray ISO-polyester resin stair treads, landings, grating clips and stainless steel hardware, yellow picket handrail and stair rail for $109,247.

The new tower will be installed Aug. 21-26 while the Legacy Center is closed for cleaning.
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