The pool idea is then taken from concept to engineering where a Structural Engineer works through the
pool concept and works out the steel and concrete specification for optimal strength and endurance to the Brisbane client’s landscape soil conditions. The soil condition report will be obtained from a soil expert who will examine the soil layers in the proposed location of pool.



Engineering, Certification and modification of design based on engineering requirements.

Set out

Profiles are erected to determine the exact location and area of the pool.


The biggest excavator able to fit into the yard (at least 5 tonne) is then used to excavate the pool area to its required depth. Depth is constantly monitored to every small centimetre. Final level of excavation will be done manually if needed.

The steel has been set ready for the concrete pour.


Once the excavation is complete, the steel is bent into the shape of the pool. The hydrostatic valve and skimmer box is installed ready for the concrete spray.

Concrete Curing

For the concrete swimming pool to cure or harden properly, it must be allowed to cure for at least 4 weeks.

Coping, Paving, Tiling

After the curing is complete, paving and coping tiles are installed. Pool floor and side tiles are installed as per specification once the top and coping tiles are set.

I have known Alistair for may years, he knows what he is doing and will go a long way in the swimming pool construction industry.
Every time the site is organised and there is no guess work involved.
Rock Hammer Earth Moving

Pool fence construction around pool as per lifestyles design.

Cleaning and water blasting.
Final cleaning and water filling is done and the pump operations, electrical connections, pool performance, water intake and ejection etc. are examined.