Lofted - Elevated - Roof Top Pools
Chester Lofted - Elevated - Rooftop Pools
C-60 Series Typical Scope of Work
 
Specifications 
Pool ModelChester C-60 Lofted/Elevated/Rooftop Pool
Construction12 ga. 304L Welded stainless steel walls and floor
Structural3/16" steel fabricated support system
PipingSchedule 80 PVC
Deck EquipmentGrabrails, installed anchors and accessories  >> more
Underwater LightingSix (6) pool lights  >> more
  
Included in Pool Package

Full submittal package with delineated scope of work   >> more
Complete design-build pool per approval - fabricated off-site and installed  >>  more
Construction site protection package   >>  more
Aquabond membrane on pool, tile insert at waterline  >> more
Depth markers - furnished and installed on pool walls, furnished for pool deck (installed by others)  >>  more
Filtration system complete with pool-specific valves   >> more
Heater - gas or electric   >> more
Lighting - installed in pool (conduit by others)   >> more
Grabrails and anchors installed and bonded   >> more
Safety and test equipment per standard Board of Health
Handicapped asscess lift and anchors   >> more
10 year warranty pool and liner
Start up and owner training
Electric control panel with disconnects

Excluded Items (not included in pool package - supplied and installed by others)

Sales tax
Interconnecting piping from pool to filter (schedule 80 PVC required)
Primary fresh water connection at filter pallet, 1" with backflow device
Primary gas supply (if using gas heater) and venting of heater
4" waste line with 12" drain grate in filter room floor (filter backwash)
Hoisting of pools and components (rigging by Chester)  >> more
Electrical, including conduit for lighting, and primary power to control panels
Protection of pools from other trades following installation

  
Chester Commitment

Chester understands that often designers and contractor have little or no experience working with aquatic facilities.  To expedite the process, Chester submittal packages not only include shop drawings, but fully detail the work that is excluded or required to be performed by other trades.  Chester strives to eliminate the “Gotchas” typical of Special Construction Divisions.

Note  -  in typical AIA documents, the swimming pool portion is located in “Division 13 - Special Construction”.