A month after unanimously approving a motion to hire Spillman Farmer Architects to design the pool, the borough council this week approved a contract with the firm, according to The Morning Call.
The firm will be paid $94,000, according to lehighvalleylive.com.
The pool will be U-shaped with a 50-meter section for competition swimming, a diving section and an area for swim lessons. It will replace a 74-year-old pool that was closed this summer out of structure and safety concerns.
The cost of the project is $2.5 million.
Also hired for the project was Keystone Consulting Engineers, according to the reports.