The following items must be included on plans (additional information may be required):
Name and physical address of the property at which the pool/spa is to be constructed.
Name of the designer with signature and seal if designed by a Registered Sanitarian, Professional Engineer/Architect, or other design professional.
Name and phone number of a responsible party or principal contact.
Classification of the pool, as per TAC Chapter 265; i.e., Class A, B, C, or D.
Scaled overhead diagram of the pool/spa yard and surrounding area with dimensions, elevations, and distances from buildings, emergency phone(s), restrooms, showers, water fountains, water, or fill-hose connection(s), etc., as applicable.
Scaled overhead diagram of the pool/spa indicating decking, entries & exits, return inlets, suction outlets, lights, skimmers, visual separation bands/demarcations, offset ledges, seat benches, water lounges, zero-depth entries, deck-top “NO DIVING” wording, and symbol, water depths, etc.
Cross-section diagram of the pool/spa, enclosure, decking, pool/spa entry steps/ladders/recessed treads, etc., with all vertical/horizontal dimensions, including the depth of the pool/spa at various points and depth marker tiles.
The volume of the pool/spa in gallons.
Construction materials used for the finished pool/spa interior, decking, and enclosure.
Specify the suction outlet cover(s) or grate(s), and any suction vacuum release or anti-entrapment devices, in accordance with TAC Chapter 265 and the Virginia Graeme Baker Act.
Specify the design turnover rate with calculations.
Filter type/media specifications and capacity.
Specify the method of disinfection.
Provide a statement indicating how pool/spa filter backwash will be disposed of (as applicable).
Enclosures must be designed in accordance with TAC Chapter 265 and TX HSC Chapter 757.