ALL SWIMMING POOL PRODUCTS ARE FROM PROCOPI FRANCE.
CONSTRUCTION â€“ (DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS)
The choice of construction methods and the specification of materials associated with the build-up of tiled finishes to swimming pools and ancillary areas is wide and varied.However the goals to be achieved for a successful swimming facility are:
1. Safety in use
2. Long-term performance of finishes
3. Technical performance of a specialist facility4. Aesthetic performance A swimming pool complex will generally consist of a combination of different areas each of which, due to their usage, will require the careful consideration of different design and performance criteria if in arriving at the eventual construction specification, the above mentioned goals are to be achieved.The typical swimming pool complex will be made up of areas/usages utilising tiled surfaces which will fall into the following generic categories:a Water Retaining Structures/Immersed Surfaces b Wet Areas Dry Areas The actual combination of area usages and the extent of each will be a direct response to the type of facility to be designed.Pools can vary from simple water retaining tanks to complex combinations of different water area types and experiences.Swimming pool operators can vary from local authorities or sporting bodies providing are source for the general public; to small private facilities; to commercially operated the me parks; to medical and physiotherapy based installations.To try and categorise such a variety of types and uses is difficult and any such list would prove not to be comprehensive.