Steve has been working in the pool industry in Perth for more than 35 years. He is the director of the business. He is a qualified carpenter and has skills and experience in carpentry, project management, swimming pool and general landscaping, building and construction, concrete pool renovation, logistics, holistic design, team leadership, estimating and supply management. Steve’s main goal is to provide flexible lifestyle and poolside living choices that make people happy in their home environments.
Steve is a 4th dan black belt in Aikido, and has been a Tai Chi practitioner for many years. By practising these two martial arts for so long, Steve says he has developed his physical discipline and meditative skills.
Daniel has been working in the concrete pool industry for more than 15 years. He is experienced in pool construction and all wet trades work. He is a thoughtful, considered tradesman with an eye for detail. He has a passion for getting things right and loves hard work.
At home, he spends time renovating his own home landscape and has created an amazing water feature and outdoor living area.
Craig graduated from The University of Western Australia with a Masters of Architecture. Due to his combined experience within the professional and academic realms of architecture, he has acquired a particular set of skills that have allowed him to excel and which have left him with an eagerness for 'doing' and a passionate approach to new challenges. At The Water's Edge Pool Design and Landscaping, Craig works on design and planning approval applications, building licence submissions, and construction documentation. He creates 3D representations of projects to give clients real vision in the final look of the project. He can also assist with indoor designs.
Wherever Daniel goes, Vic is sure to follow. He is The Water's Edge mascot blue heeler, mate, assistant and friend. He is hard working, loyal, has a lot of patience, loves food and could probably run a marathon. We always ask permission for him to visit your site.
Well done, Steve. The pool totally warrants the SPASA gold award. Visitors are still being 'wowed' regularly. One recently said it looked like Dubai.