The management team consists of 2 directors with different areas of expertise, though we are both involved in all aspects of the company business.

Trevor Wilson, Chief Engineer and Technical Director, has over 25 year experience in all aspects of pool building, maintenance and associated fields. With particular expertise in plumbing & joinery, Trevor’s practical skills mean he will find a solution to even the trickiest problem.






Pam McLeod, Managing Director & responsible for sales, estimating, service & project management, has worked in the pools industry for the last 9 years covering everything from the financial & administration side, through to the technical aspects of the job. With experience of dealing with commercial projects, Pam is able to advise on regulations, standards & requirements, whether mandatory or not, right from the early stages of planning your project.




The Lanark Pool Company also employ consultants in the areas of Computer Aided Design Engineering, IT and Structural Engineering, as well as a pool of 3 engineers.

We also employ the services of a specialist electrical contractor and  a pool finishing company who specialize in all aspects of tiling & waterproofing pools & associated facilities.



Who are we when we’re not building pools?



Outside the office, I still don’t get too far away from pools; my offspring have always been involved in competitive swimming & triathlon, and consequently, in a spirit of “if you can’t beat them, join them”, I took up triathlon myself and enjoyed several years of training and socialising with other “would-be” athletes. Now that my children are off to university, I have stepped back my energetic activities somewhat and have taken up scuba diving. You would be amazed at the diversity of life found in Scottish waters and, wearing a drysuit means I can do all the watery stuff without even getting (very) wet! I am hoping to complete my Sports Diver qualification soon with Stirling Sub Aqua Club and then the underwater world is my oyster!! I still do a bit of normal swimming and love my bike, but have become very much a fair -weather cyclist these days. 

Apart from that, I’m kept busy looking after a husband, 2 “young adults” who still wander back & forth from their respective flats and universities, often with their washing, (and I wouldn’t have it any other way!) 2 dogs – we’ve added an old lady rescue greyhound to the household, 3 cats, and tropical fish. I have also added 12 chickens to the flock (more rescue creatures), who provide us with wonderful free range eggs. If I still have a moment spare, I like to dabble in photography, particularly wildlife and our spectacular Scottish scenery.


My working life has been predominantly within the building industry, firstly as a joiner and building contractor, and laterly within the wet leisure industry.

Born & bred in the country, I have retained my interests in farming & rural activities. Together with my wife & daughter, we run a pedigree Limousin Beef Herd, producing quality stock for the local market, Lawrie & Symington.

Walking and hill climbing are activities I enjoy in my spare time. Having managed to scale many of the highest peaks in my native Ireland, I am now attempting to complete as many Scottish Monroes & Corbetts as possible. I have also recently rekindled my interest in cycling.

To unwind, I enjoy the thrill of motor sport from my armchair with my two trusted canine companions.