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Thread: New Construction - Massive rain storm filling the hole

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    New Construction - Massive rain storm filling the hole

    Hi all,

    I currently have a new in-ground construction project underway at my house. The contractor installed the pool-crete this past Sunday, and we still have about another week or so before the liner is delivered and installed. Tonight, we had a major rainstorm and my over dig filled with about 8 inches of muddy water, and is now leaking under the steel walls and into the deep end. Should I be concerned about the integrity of the pool-crete bottom and side walls now, especially since there will be multiple feet of water in the pool by the time the sun comes up?


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    Re: New Construction - Massive rain storm filling the hole

    Nope, PB will be able to manage that water I'm sure. This kind of thing must happen often they'll just sump pump it out.
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