This project started out as a concept drawing with many aspects to evolve over time. Located in Eastern Tennessee, all planning and communication for this new restaurant aesthetic pond were completed via email and phone conferences. There was just shy of 20,000 square feet of liner material with two separate liner field welds. Battening was also required to seal out any leaks beneath the operating water wheel concrete footings. Multiple boots were welded and stainless steel banded around pipe penetrations in the pond.
This project utilized an upper pond that spills water into the main basin area over rocks via large waterfall pumps. All fountain and waterfall equipment was provided and installed by Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource to complete an all-around attraction outside of the main business.