March 2021 Aspire@ThePark Leisure Centre Project Completed


March 2021 Aspire@ThePark Leisure Centre Project CompletedProspec have recently completed a project at a brand new leisure complex in Wakefield called  Aspire@ThePark. The total Project Value was £20.8 million and the largest of its kind built in the Wakefield District. Facilities include a 10 lane swimming pool, studio pool with moveable floor and a splash pad water confidence area. There is also a gym, exercise studios, climbing activity, tennis courts and a wellbeing garden.

Prospec products used with the hub were Marathon Classic Fully Framed WC, Shower and Changing Cubicles, Marathon SGL fronted Wet Lockers, Marathon Bench Seating and Trojan Vanity and Duct Panelling. This was a project where Prospec were specified by both the Architect and Contractor ensuring a legacy of leisure for all users. Prospec also worked alongside their sister company Entre-Prises (part of the Abeo Family) who are the world leaders in artificial climbing walls.

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