Parkhill began working with the City of Brownfield and a citizen task force to develop a plan to replace a decades-old swimming pool. The pool had been in service since the early 1950s and was in need of major maintenance work to keep it a viable facility. After studying several options, the citizen task force recommended to the city council that a new state-of-the-art aquatic facility be designed to replace the existing pool and bath house.

Parkhill started developing construction plans and specifications for the new facility that included:

  • Bath house
  • Restroom and concession building
  • Zero entry pool with a circulating river
  • Mechanical building to house all pool equipment
  • Deep area for diving
  • Dual slide that consisted of an open and closed tube slide

In addition, the pool included several water features that sprayed water and allowed younger children to enjoy the pool.