One of the first considerations when preparing to design a swimming pool is to determine the best physical location.
A Civil survey showing the topography of the area is executed to show the contours of the various sites, either indoors or outdoors.
Site considerations when designing a swimming pool (and building enclosure) include the water table, aquifers, sink holes, underground caves, expansive soil, and soil subsidence.
The location of a facility is often limited to only one choice. However, sometimes there are several options. These options are either on the same site or separate sites. If the possible locations are on the same property, many site characteristics will be the same, but some may be different. The following things should be considered:
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