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Concrete pools are fully constructed on site from a combination of concrete, steel, and plaster. 


After the initial excavation, steel rebar is bent and tied into place. Concrete is either then poured or shot into place forming the shell of the pool. 


Tile and coping work are then completed, then the plaster finish is troweled onto the surface of the pool shell. 

Completed New Construction Projects


Aquatics at JB MDL (Fort Dix, NJ Military Base)

Project Details:New slide installation

Stonybrook Swim Club (Hillsdale, NJ)

Project Details: New Construction of lap pool. Work included excavation, double rebar, plumbing, plaster finish, new slide, filter work and associated plumbing, etc. Zero Entry pool work included waterblasting using ultra high pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating. Installation of new tile and coping. New Diamond Brite finish. New installation of balance tank and all plumbing components. 

Skyline Pool (Manheim, PA)

Project Details:New Construction including stainless steel gutter, slide, water features, gunite shell, tile, plaster, plumbing, etc.

NJ Swim (Landing, NJ)

Project Details:Partial new construction. New gunite walls, steps, and deep end floor. New plumbing and filter room. New tile and Diamond Brite plaster finish. 

Paramus Municipal Swim Pool (Paramus, NJ)

Project Details: New construction of zero entry pool. Also added biggest slide in Bergen County at the time.

Maplewood Community Pool (Maplewood, NJ)

Project Details: Over 40,000 square feet of new decking, installation of new slide, and plaster renovation. 

Borough of Wyomissing Swimming Pool (Wyomissing, PA)

Project Details: New Construction of kiddie pool with water feature. New tile and coping installation of lap pool. 

Baer Memorial Pool (Lehighton, PA)

Project Details: Partial New Construction. New slides, zero entry, bulkheads, water features, plumbing, mechanical room, tile, plaster finish. 

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