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BRMC preliminary 2022
Blue Ridge Mountain Club Opening Spring 2024
The earlier our team is brought into the process the quicker the development of “permittable” plans for all trades. Pools are the purview of environmental health and building & standards which impacts MEPs as well as civil design.
Partial list of pool code impact on other trades:
All public pools must have both; an equipment and chemical room.
Size of equipment room is based on the amount and type of equipment.
Size of chemical room is based on the gallons of the pool.
Both rooms must have 7’ ceilings and 24/7 ventilation.
Equipment room’s floor must drain at .25” per foot to floor drain.
A backflow preventor is required in the equipment room with a hose bib.
Electrical outlets and adequate lighting is also needed.
Restroom quantity is based on bather load and type of facility.
Deck must slope away from pool.
Documentation is required for slip coefficient of coping and/or deck unless broomed concrete finish.
Pool plans must be stamped by an architect or professional engineer who must inspect the pool during build. They also provide an as-built drawing and certification letter that the pool was completed to plan prior to final inspection.
Average pool plan design, review, and permitting is three months.
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR COMMERCIAL PROJECTS WITH AQUATIC AMENITIES.
CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS, MODELS
3D MODELING AND RENDERING
CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS, PERMITTING
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