Akron Area YMCA

HELPING THE AKRON AREA YMCA ADAPT AND GROW

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Facilities

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Pools

PROJECT TYPE

Recreation

LOCATION

Greater Akron, Ohio – various sites

OWNER

Akron Area YMCA

ARCHITECT

Various

Akron YMCA

Helping the Akron Area YMCA Adapt and Grow

From renovating an historic 1920 art deco building into a multi-use facility, to building several new 50,000-square foot plus facilities from the ground up, Welty has helped the Akron YMCA bring health and recreation into the future. Since 1984, Welty has managed the renovations/construction of the following facilities: Canal Square, Cuyahoga Falls, Green, Lake Anna, University Park (LEED Certified), Wadsworth Outdoor Pool, and the Akron Area YMCA Corporate Offices. Working with local communities, Welty helped maximize these spaces to provide a variety of recreation and rehabilitation services, including lap pool, zero-depth recreation pool, gym, racquetball courts, fitness centers, physical therapy and sports medicine rooms.  The University Park facility was the sixth LEED accredited YMCA facility across the United States.
Welty is a true partner when it comes to building a new YMCA. Their past experience and strong team made it a unanimous choice for all involved in the Lake Anna YMCA project.
Doug Kohl
President

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 225
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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