Centennial, Colorado Pool Removal
Looking for a more usable space for their residents, The Pines HOA in Centennial, CO contacted us about removing their pool. They had a fiberglass shell pool that had not be opened and used in over a year or so. The pool had become too expensive to maintain and it was time for it to go.
We removed the fiberglass shell pool and the concrete walk around it. We also removed the fence that was in place for pool safety but was not needed now. A wood deck at the other end of the space was also removed.
We brought the area to rough grade, giving them a blank slate to prepare for Phase 2 of their open space redesign. The residents now have a large open space to gather and enjoy.
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