By ensuring that we fix the starter bars in ourselves, we can ensure that they do not dictate where the Quad-Lock walls are set.
The majority of the Quad-Lock structure has been completed, along with reinforcement steels. The remainder of structure will be completed shortly and prepared for concrete pouring. The top of the Quad-Lock walls are cut to laser level ensuring that any inaccuracies in the slab are overcome before the finished floor level.
A 360 view from inside the pool shell
A new insulated outdoor pool project in Hampshire, using the Quad-Lock ICF (Insulating Concrete Form-work) system.
Brookforge have pioneered the use of Quad-Lock in swimming pool construction and with Quad-Lock being so flexible, it is our ICF of choice. To read more about the Quad-Lock system read here.
Setting out is a critical stage of the project whereby accuracy is key. Once the reinforcement starter bars are anchored in, the rest of the construction can be completed extremely quickly.
A perfect union of minimalism and grandeur. It is hard to believe that a commercially rated, fully insulated 18m swimming pool and separate spa are concealed within this subtle design. With the covers open, the space in front of the house is transformed into an area of tranquility and repose, a space in which to socialise, entertain and soak up the rural surroundings; admiring the design and craftsmanship of the property as a whole.
A modern and contemporary house with a minimalistic pool design to reflect the artwork. The pool is a Quad-Lock construction, and therefore extends the swimming season for an outdoor pool. The pool features a Calorex air source heat pump, an automatic slatted cover which is hidden in the structure, marine grade stainless steel fittings, a MultiCyclone pre filter and a UV water disinfection system. Read More…