With nearly three decades of commercial pool experience, Aquatic Pool Design & Construction has designed, engineered, and built pools, spas, and water features throughout the front range of Denver and dozens of other projects across the county. – From the smallest condominium pool projects to some of the largest and most well-known projects, everything in between. There isn’t a commercial project we can’t handle.
Whether you are in the planning and budgeting stages and need a qualified pool consultant to help you with design and pool plans or a qualified commercial pool contractor to bid on a project you already have plans for, Aquatic Pool Design & Construction in-house commercial pool specialists will assist you in any way to help make your project come to life.
Your project will be engineered and built to meet all current codes and regulations. Aquatic Pool Design & Construction is involved with state and local regulating authorities to actually assist in developing the regulatory codes for all pools in Colorado. We are the pool industry experts.
Your commercial project is in good hands with Aquatic Pool Design & Construction. And you’ll be in good company – APDC has contracted with many name-brand hotels and resorts, waterparks, fitness centers, schools and universities, and municipalities. Aquatic Pool Design & Construction works with you for yet another successful commercial pool, spa, or water feature project!
"Passion Leads To Design, Design Leads to Performance, Performance Leads To Success!"
Overall design and permits ready for submission to the building/health departments (3-4 Weeks)
Phase 1: Layout and Elevations
After getting the plan approval, we begin the construction by setting the elevation and laying out the pool.
Phase 2: Excavation
The topsoil is stripped, and our experienced operators dig the site.
Phase 3: Pool Base
A stone or concrete pool bottom is laid to increase the pool’s structural integrity. The drain plugs go through the ground.
Phase 4: Plumbing and Equipment
Commercial plumbing systems and all electrical conduits are installed in the trench.
Phase 5: Steel Installation
Installation of a steel rebar framework that provides maximum strength to the pool.
Phase 6: Gunite Application
Using a nozzle applicator, gunite is shot into the pool in a single session to prevent cold bonds or cracks.
Phase 7: Tile and Coping
When the gunite pool shell has cured, the depth tile and cast coping are installed, which is the standard option for building commercial swimming pools.
Phase 8: Deck and Topsoil
The pool deck is installed with a material of your choice and re-spread the topsoil to be ready for landscaping.
Phase 9: Finish and Fill
The interior finish is applied, and water is filled in the pool. The water chemistry is properly balanced, and then your pool is ready for swimming.
Every business has to uphold its image. So when you invest in commercial swimming pools, they must reflect your brand. Hire a commercial pool builder that can work with architects or engineers or has a team to design your pool. View your options in a 3-D model rendition before the construction begins.
Permits and Inspections
From getting the design and layout approval to the building permits and inspections, there is a lot that goes into commercial pool construction. Choosing a pool builder that provides a comprehensive package will provide peace of mind while you enjoy the best possible pricing from the suppliers and vendors.
Each state and local U.S. municipality has different commercial pool construction regulations. These are pool fence barriers, safety covers, alarms, suction entrapment protection, and more. An experienced pool contractor with vast knowledge of pool safety and state rules can help you comply with the law.