Pool Shell Construction & Concrete Pour

7m high ICF Pool Shell Construction

7m high ICF wall being constructed

Basement Level Pool Shell Construction

The pool structure comprises three walls at 1.4m, with the fourth wall at full ceiling height; supporting the concrete floor above.

The cover will be housed in a ‘cave’ formed by a cantilever lid. This lid is tied in and cast with the walls.

The pool features two stainless steel skimmers with an automatic top up to ensure the water level remains the same. Read More…

New Basement Pool Project, London: Slab Installation

Reinforced concrete slab designed to withstand the force of a large volume of water. The following day, construction of the pool shell can begin. It doesn’t take long before the shape of the final product emerges.

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Tiling Nears Completion, Cheltenham

Edging tiles are fixed

The surround tiles have nearly been finished, with the pool tiles not far behind. Stainless steel skimmers with an automatic top-up have been installed. A chromed stainless steel faceplate will be installed after tiling is finished. To view the construction products used please follow this link.

Refurbishment Project: Tiling begins, Cheltenham

Mosaics are fixed to tanking

Tiling has begun at our local site, a refurbishment project to both house and modernise a dated, outdoor pool. The previous tiles have been removed, the shell has had its depth increased and has been tanked. The tile adhesive used is a rapid curing, water resistant product. More about the adhesive can be found here.

Case Study: Renovation in Progress, Cheltenham

The client wanted to house and modernise his outdoor swimming pool. Brookforge have provided consultation and specialist installation services to assist the client in achieving his goals. Read More…