Case Studies
Memphis Pool

Case Studies

Established in 1952, Memphis Pool has built hundreds of high-quality gunite pools for commercial and domestic customers throughout Memphis, Tennessee, Germantown, Collierville and the Mid-South, many of which continue to use our pool supply and maintenance service to this day. So, rather than just telling you about how great our pool building skills are, we figured that we’d show you some case studies.

Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid

What has seven different bodies of water (one being 300FT in the air), over three miles of underground plumbing, almost every type of freshwater fish you can imagine including alligators, and the cleanest water you will ever see? The Bass Pro Shop at the Pyramid.

This project took a year and a half to build, all of our employees at one time or another, and it functions perfectly.

It was a collaboration between Memphis Pool and the artisans from Cost of Wisconsin working together inside of a building that had been vacant for ten years.

This is truly a “Must See” landmark in Memphis.

Batesville Community Center and Aquatics
Crosstown Fountain

Some projects are beautiful to look at and some projects are a challenge to build, this was both.

The original design would not work with the layout of the project and the “look” that the end-product was supposed to have. We took on that challenge and re-designed the fountain to make is a 360-degree spillover pool that was only 1’ deep. The water depth over the stones meets ADA requirements so anyone can walk across the fountain and be safe.

Everything that makes this project work is hidden from view – the stones appear to float on the water and the fountains shoot up from the walkway and the planted areas.

This project is located at a reclaimed Sears store in downtown Memphis which is now the home of businesses, medical center and the Crosstown YMCA

Completion

Memphis Children's Museum

We were contacted by the museum director regarding designing and building a new splash pad for the museum in conjunction with other major projects. They were updating the museum and wanted to add outdoor summer attractions.

The pad is a “drain-away” construction, which means there is no chemically treated water recycled through the water features. It is all drinking water, to help re-claim part of the water we installed an underground tank which holds the water to be used for the irrigation system.

The system runs off a program that cycles through the features not only to alternate what is running, but also to save on water usage.

Memphis Pool is very proud of this project, not only for the way it turned out, but because a major portion of the cost was donated by Memphis Pool to the Children’s Museum of Memphis to help them serve the children of our community.

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