Description:Attached is a survey for a new pool build that I will be working starting soon. I've also included a survey with a rough outline of pool. Client is looking for around 95 linear feet, no spa. You'll see two boxes which are columns with fire bowls and an 18" raised wall between the two columns. In the area that protrudes out will be a tanning ledge. Depth will be 3.5" to 5" going from the back of property towards the front. Travertine coping around pool, stacked stone on raised wall. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Wants:Will need smart data and pool specs as well.
- Pool Studio
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