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Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

RE: Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

Electric percussion/chipping hammer, concrete track-saw, hand-held ring-saw...lots of options. The correct tool depends if they want to remove 2" or 20" of height.

Very small swimming pool - more like a big bathtub.

Has the suspended floor system been designed for the added loads of the pool/bath?

RE: Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

Saw it to the level he wants.

Cutting the reinforcing should not be an issue structurally speaking.

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA, HI)


RE: Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

(OP)
Thank you
Just wanted to make sure it won’t be a problem
Thanks again all

RE: Swimming pool inside the apartment edge’s removal

More like the size of a hottub.

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