Construction

Derelict boathouse transformed into luxury pool and spa

05 July, 2013 | Supplied by: Sunrise Pools

When Sunrise Pools received a call to turn a derelict, heritage-listed, waterfront boathouse into a contemporary, indoor lap pool, they donned their wetsuits and dived into the challenge.


The Blade by Aquabocci channel drain

24 June, 2013 | Supplied by: Aquabocci Australia

The Blade is easy to install, connects directly with all standard plumbing fittings and carries the watermark approval certificate.


Inspirational pool and water feature

13 May, 2013 | Supplied by: Malibu Pools and Landscapes

This multitiered water feature and pool, designed and built by Sean Lynch of Malibu Pools and Landscapes, is a breathtaking example of engineering and contemporary flair.


Great Drainage

05 May, 2013

Drainage grates may be something swimmers are used to stepping over but those within the industry understand the importance of a carefully selected and professionally installed drainage system. Pool + Spa Magazine spoke to several drainage guru's to uncover the latest products and methods available in the market.


STEELing the Limelight – Metal Pools a Reality

22 February, 2013 by Rebecca Brennan

Established in 1988, Ox Engineering has become renowned for its excellence in engineered architectural metalwork. With the completion of their first pre-fabricated steel swimming pool, they have one more specialty to add to their credentials.


Hornsby Aquatic Centre Part 3 - Construction Begins

22 February, 2013

Pool + Spa Magazine have been following the progress of the development of the new aquatic centre at Hornsby in Sydney's North.


Out with the old, in with the new - Hornsby Aquatic Centre

02 November, 2012 by Rebecca Brennan

Built in 1962, the Hornsby Aquatic Centre had been slowly deteriorating for many years. Its sudden closure in December 2010 was the start of something new and exciting for the residents in Hornsby Council.


From Drab to Fab – Pool Renovations Revealed

30 October, 2012

Have you been contacted by a client who is embarrassed by their pool? Murky water, cracks, rust? The good news is few swimming pools are in such bad shape that they can’t be renovated to some extent. 


Viking MSSL Tradesman Model mini loader

15 August, 2012

With the Viking MSSL Tradesman Model mini loader, a lot of thought went into the layout of the operating controls and standing position.


Poolscaping with water features

23 July, 2012

Today's water features are as practical as they are modern. Whether you want to integrate it into a pool design or use it as a standalone focal point, there's something to suit every need.


Glistening jewel

12 July, 2012

Boasting thousands of diamond-shaped glass panels, the Yas Viceroy Hotel is an extremely ambitious engineering project in several ways.


Fibre and the construction of RC swimming pool shells

30 July, 2011

Members of SPASA have re-introduced the use of "Fibre" concrete in the construction of RC swimming pool shells.


Waterco at forefront of new Australian standard

18 July, 2011 | Supplied by: Waterco

Waterco has launched a range of fittings which have been tested and comply with the new Standard AS1926.3.


Badu SwimJet systems

28 May, 2011

Speck Pumps are pleased to present a greatly expanded range of Badu Stream twin jet swim systems to suit every application.


Glass FX hinging system for glass pool fencing

09 November, 2010

Glass FX and Glass Hardware Australian has developed a new hinging system for the glass pool fencing industry.


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