Dear Valued Customer, As we are all well aware, the Virginia Graeme Baker Act of 2008 has been quite a challenge.Many facilities have addressed the issues at hand and are now compliant.If you have taken the necessary steps I applaud your efforts; if not, now is the time.Beginning in 2010 many states will adopt the federal VGB Act into state law.To you as a pool owner/manager this means the states will have even more manpower and incentive to make sure all public pools are certified VGB compliant.
While it is not my intent to use fear, the reality is that many facilities will not be allowed to open next year if they have not met the requirements of this law.Some states have even begun conducting verification audits, which includes a Licensed Design Engineer’s letter of certification.I know it all sounds overwhelming; but wait.This is where Paddock Construction Company can help. Here at Paddock Construction we have helped hundreds of facilities all over the Southeast become VBG compliant.Some of our clients include YMCA’s, The Olympic Swim center in Atlanta, Vanderbilt University, University of N. Charleston and several municipalities.We feature Stainless Steel permanent covers from Paddock Industries, but also offer solutions from other top manufactures.We do our best to see that our clients are dealt with in a fast, cost effective and professional manner.As a matter of fact every job we do, without exception, is “turn key.”From start to finish Paddock Construction will work with your facility to come up with a plan that works for you.When we are finished you and your facility will be VGB certified and compliant to the letter of the law: period. If you have not addressed VGB 2008 I urge you to take a moment to call me at (803) 980-1901 discuss your issues.Don’t wait until the last moment and settle for substandard service.Have your drain issues fixed the right way; the Paddock Construction way. Regards, Dennis Ingram Paddock Construction Company 803-980-1901, ext. 6815