More stories about Design/Construction

  • Shooting for Strength

    The year 2010 marked a century since the process of pneumatically applying concrete was developed.

  • Shotcrete 101

    The argument over shotcrete and gunite  strength hinges on what kind of mix should be used

  • Painting a Picture

    When a designer presents a concept to homeowners, the clients must try to visualize a backyard that doesn’t yet exist

  • Choosing the Right Art

    When it comes to artwork, designers hold a variety of preferences. Some use three-dimensional drawing software while others prefer to create a perspective rendering

  • About Lifts

    Last year, the Americans with Disabilities Act was codified to spell out exactly what requirements public pools and spas need to meet in order to become compliant with the law

  • Added Support

    When installing a lift onto a deck measuring less than 4 inches thick, contractors must pour a concrete pad for extra support

  • Multi-Level Achievement

    Some jobs can’t be performed in the usual order.

  • Builder, Designer, Mediator

    Scott Cohen wasn’t optimistic.

  • Take My Wife, Please

    If selling was easy, everyone would do it.

  • Bridge to Everywhere

    With renovations becoming a larger piece of the total pool market, it only makes sense that pool builders would team up with landscape professionals to take them on.