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Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Pool Deck

Bomanite Imprint Licensee, Stephens and Smith Construction worked with the homeowner to select the overall design, patterns and colors for their patio and pool deck renovation. The homeowners existing concrete and stoops had a spray texture overlay and stenciled brick borders in a pinwheel design. The owners had seen stamped concrete and were interested in changing their deck and giving it a fresh new look.

Stephens and Smith demolished the existing deck and was able to dispose of all the rubble on site, saving the homeowner in disposal fees. The demo did take a few extra days due to the uneven real brick that was discovered under the overlay. Once all was removed, Stephens and Smith was able to regrade and place the concrete in four pours that had to be transported 160’ to 200’ due to the length of the driveway and expansive 20 acre lot. The concrete was stamped with the Bomacron Slate Texture and Bomacron 8” Used Brick Border for an updated clean and inviting backyard space.

 

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Bomanite Sandscape Texture High School Pool Deck

Due to an issue with extensive epoxy bubbling and delamination, Central Unified School District located in Fresno, california was interested in removing and replacing a large portion of the existing pool deck around the competition,activity and receiving pools and replacing it with a solid surface with a non-slip finish.

Heritage Bomanite bid and won the job and proposed a Bomanite Sandscape finish due to its durability and
non-slip qualities. The district accepted Heritage Bomanite’s suggestion after examining the on-site samples that were poured. Work progressed for just under three months during which a wide array of work was completed, including the installation of over 13,000 SF of Bomanite Sandscape concrete with an exposed sand finish. The complete scope of work included the demolition and removal of the existing epoxy coated concrete, the installation of 550 LF of 2’ cantilevered nose around the competition pool, replacing the slot drains with 1045 LF of PolyCast drain with removable tops, the installation of 2600 LF of self leveling joint sealant and 84 LF of non-sag underwater joint sealant, the installation of all depth marker and water polo tiles, and the installation of over 90 anchors for various diving platforms, hand rails, and water polo goals and stanchions.

For more photos of this project visit: http://www.bomanite.com/products/ExposedProjectProfiles/CentralEastHighSchool_SS_Exposed.pdf