February 10 - 11, 2021
National Plasterers Council
Date/Time:February 11 (12:30pm – 1:50pm)
Hours:2 hours of Online Lecture.
CEUs:0.2 IACET CEUs
Registration Link:Click for more info
- Identify vanishing edges, slot-edges, gutters, deck- level pools, raised perimeter-overflow pools.
- Examine attached surge basins, detached surge basins, basin volume sizing rules-of-thumb, gravity lines.
- Review line-of-sight considerations, edge details, flow rates, and tolerances.
- Discuss aesthetic and functional considerations.
Learn the correct methods for creating the tremendous visual and functional applications of water-in-transit such as vanishing edges, deck-level slot overflows, and elevated perimeter overflows. Understand flow rate requirements and different edge details for creating various effects, and their relationship to edge tolerances and special conditions, establishing line-of-sight goals and project objectives. Presentation will also cover hydraulic system design criteria, catch basin dimensions, surge tank sizing, proper slopes, and air venting of gravity flow systems to enable efficient flow rates while minimizing noise.
Skip Phillips, SWD Master
Designer of Questar Pools and Spas, Inc.
Owner Pool Spa Technologies, Inc. in Escondido, CA
Ambassador and Co-founder of GENESIS®
Skip Phillips, former owner of Questar Pools' and the firm's current principal designer, is one of the world's most renowned designers and builders of custom swimming pools, spas and other forms of aquatic architecture. In 1993, the Robb Report declared Phillips "the world's most influential swimming pool designer" and since then he has received extensive coverage in trade magazines and on T.V., including multiple HGTV appearances, newspapers and prestigious national publications including Better Homes & Gardens, New York Times and Wall Street Journal. He is co-founder of GENESIS and is a charter member of the Society of Watershape Designers. He is widely credited for transforming and uplifting the pool and spa industry. Phillips' body of work includes some of the most beautiful and technically advanced watershapes of the modern era.