Our News

Wallover Architects is actively engaged in the industries which we serve. Following are a few brief articles in which we have been interviewed, have contributed material or that we otherwise find newsworthy:

CRIZ economic development zone awarded to Lancaster

Within a year, Lancaster city could see the first funding available under a new state program expected.... Lancasteronline.com, Lancaster, January 1, 2014

Merry CRIZmas: Lancaster city gets a boost

When you are actively seeking a government bid, it is wise to get your ducks in order. Of course, it also helps when you co-write the legislation..... Lancasteronline.com, In Our View, Thursday, January 2, 2014

5 Swankiest Hotel Micro-Pools in New York

Herewith, a roundup of the city's five coolest shallow hotel pools... Details.com, culture & trends, August 6, 2012

Q&A with Ted and Susan Wallover

Where did the inspiration for the TLC Aquatic Center come from? ... The Patriot News, June 30th, 2012

Edwin Wallover III, AIA Archetypes in Aquatic Architecture

Architecture Leaders Today, Winter 2010, Vol 2

Greensboro Aquatic Center to Host U.S. Synchronized Swimming 2012 Olympic Team Trials

At tonight's ribbon cutting ceremony for the Greensboro Aquatic Center (GAC), USA Synchro has announced it will bring its 2012 Olympic Trials to Greensboro on November 11-14, 2011...

Best Public Pool

London long ago nabbed the 2012 summer Olympics, but New York didn’t walk away completely empty-handed. The $66.3 million Flushing Meadows Corona Park aquatic center and its ten-lane, 50-meter indoor pool...

Records Keep Falling

(2010) Records keep falling in the Kinney Natatorium at Bucknell University. WALLOVER ARCHITECT's premier swimming venue is still in the news. The recent PIAA state Swimming Championships...

Best of Philly 2009 Highlights

So what if the $4.7 million redo of this public pool—with flower sprinkler, expanded parking, and brand-new snack bar and ­bathhouse—seems so pre-economic-collapse? The ­fees—from $254 for an annual membership for a...

Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act

On December 19, 2007, the President signed into law the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act, named after the daughter of Nancy Baker and the granddaughter of former Secretary of State James Baker.

Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act presentation from the U.S. CPSC

The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act (VGBSSA) was named after the daughter of James and Nancy Baker and the granddaughter of former Secretary of State James Baker III. Graeme Baker died in a tragic incident...

The Park & Rec Trades article

Your aquatic facility is a community center, right? It’s not? It could be. Many municipalities have community or recreation centers where buildings of a variety of sizes and shapes provide for social, cultural, or recreational activities.

Recreation Management “State of the Industry” article

Parks and recreation departments help build our communities and connect us with opportunities for recreation, leisure activities, fitness, education and much more. Parks and community centers improve the...

Water Shapes article 2004

Collegiate athletic centers are more significant than ever before because fitness and recreation are increasingly important components of modern students' lifestyles, observe architects Edwin M. Wallover III and William R. B. McCullough.