POOL PROGRESS REPORT
Work on the pool continues with some slow-downs attributed to supply bottlenecks.
This week, plumbing work continues, and city and engineer inspections are being scheduled. A rebar delivery was expected, and rebar installation was set for three days this week, with a required hydro test pending.
Crews will finish and back fill the pool and spa plumbing groundwork.
The site is also being excavated so SCE can install power.
In addition, construction workers are preparing back fill for a slab pour for the pool locker rooms.
The HVAC system for the golf starter shack has been completed, and re-roofing is complete up to the tie-in of the new structure that holds the pool equipment.
Electrical panel removal and temporary reset is being coordinated with Southern California Edison to continue with progress on the pool mechanical room (this must be relocated prior to installation of concrete foundation).
The application of gunite is expected to start once the rebar is installed.
The schedule is subject to change due to COVID-related supply disruptions of all sorts, including pool equipment and materials.
Shipping delays, as experienced with other projects in Leisure World, may alter construction timelines.
The project that started as a simple remodel soon grew into a full-blown reconstruction.
The facility will have a pool with five swimming lanes, a 30-by-30-foot activity area with a volleyball net, a 9-by-25-foot spa, new locker rooms and a lounge area.