Installing an acrylic shower in as new build


I am putting in a Sterling shower that comes in three pieces. The room is not built yet and I have plenty of space to build it. I want to make sure that it is built to make the install of the shower easy. Are there any hints?
What do I put under the base so that it does not give?
Thanks dfalk
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On Apr 6, 11:10 am, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

Get your instructions out, read them, then read again. Underline the things you don't understand (if any) and call customer service for answers. Then be sure sure your rough in is perfectly accurate, square, plumb, and level. Lost the paper work? Hold everything until you get copies.

What does it say in the installation instructions? Many of the Sterling (by Kohler) units need no more bottom support than a good solid floor. HTH
Joe
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