Putnam Hale YMCA
The new Putnam Hale YMCA was built in Putnam to serve as a community center and state-of-the-art wellness facility for people of all ages. The new YMCA build happened concurrently with the development of the Quinebaug Regional Technical Park site, and required a new road and vehicular bridge to be constructed, and utilities extended across the river. Parking, a pedestrian/bike path, and playfields for soccer and baseball are also part of this new community center.

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The new facilities include health and wellness spaces along with child care services. Two large pools provide an 8-lane, 25-yard competition pool with spectator seating. In addition, there is a warm water family pool, a steam room, sauna, and a whirlpool. A full-size, sub-dividable gymnasium with bleachers is suitable for basketball, volleyball, and other hard court activities. Outfitted with ample fitness gear, a 5,000 SF wellness center offers areas for stretching, Nautilus equipment, cardiovascular-focused machines, and free weights. The facility also includes two multipurpose rooms: one geared toward group classes such as yoga, Pilates, aerobics, and Zumba; the other with rubber flooring for small, functional training classes.

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Town of Putnam, CT

LOCATION

Putnam, CT

YEAR COMPLETED

2016

SIZE

48,000 SF

COST

$12.2 Million

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