The BLUEPRINT outlining all work included in the project.
CLICK ON THE ORANGE CODE BELOW TO SEE A FULL SET OF WORKING DRAWINGS.
Landscape Design was a particular focus.
Focus project MUNSTER. Below are a series of images that cover the various stages of construction.I trust they will help with developing an understanding of the process involved.
Before work began.
Lets dig a big hole !!
The completed pool area.
Planter box made using treated pine. The timber is oiled are stained with a waterproof membrane inside.
The front wall was modified with the addition of limestone piers and purpose built ornate panels.
The water feature involved the initial formation of a solid stone core structure. It was then faced with a natural stone cladding. Pipe work allowed the pool filter to direct water to the spillway that is embedded into the front of the cladded wall.
The pool blanket lives under this neat panel.
Dedicated pool equipment and filter box with air strut hinges for easy opening.
These concrete soak wells were the central storm water collection points and took the place of a number of plastic soak wells.
Space can be hard to find sometimes during the construction phase.
There WAS some cap stone to deal with.
Getting pipework organised for the water feature.
This is a corner paver sitting on the pool edge that has been reinforced with a concrete skirt to support the overhanging header course.
Outdoor shower.After discussion with the clients this was the result,a beautiful and functional hot and cold running shower area.
Some fine tuning to the outdoor shower area.