Construction & Installation

The construction of a new institutional pool requires a well-managed process from start to finish. At William L. Watson, our team knows how to get the job done right the first time; this means ensuring all design, permits, execution and final installation are all on point. For the past 50 years, we have perfected our pool construction process to make it as quick and easy as possible, while still providing a high-quality pool for people to enjoy for years to come.

Whether we design a pool from scratch or you have existing design plans, we have the resources to build and install the exact pool you have in mind. Constructing a new pool is no small feat, but our team has many successful projects under their belts and work on a planned schedule to guarantee the timeline and budget are always met.

What’s the construction process like? While each application is different considering the size and location, there are common phases you can expect:

Layout - project manager calculates and outlines for the excavation

Excavation - trucks and equipment dig the space for the pool

Plumbing - lines for the pool filtration, cleaning system and other features installed

Reinforcement - block spacers and tie wires hold the pool’s reinforcement for guaranteed structural integrity

Electrical - proper wiring installed safely by experts using strict best practices

Inspections - inspector ensures that all codes are met

Deck and tile - installing the surface surrounding the pool

Cleanup - on-site team to remove debris and fill in concrete as needed

Final inspections - Health Department inspection to ensure all codes are met

Once the project is complete, we’ll get the pool started up and walk you through maintenance and any questions you may have. We’re prepared to handle any requirements and specifications for your institutional or community pool. It’s our goal to make the construction process as seamless as possible.

Already have the perfect community or institutional pool in mind? Great. Let’s get started!