Dream Designs 2012

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    January 01, 2012

    Pumphouse Waterpark at Jay Peak Resort

    Rides in the Pump House include Double Barrel, a dual FlowRider surfing attraction that gives two guests at a time the chance to tackle waves on boogie boards; and a long lazy river that travels the perimeter of the park and includes some rapids elements.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Lubura Waterpark

    The expansion of China’s Lubura Waterpark added four attractions to an existing wave pool and water slide mix.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Palm Beach at Moody Gardens

    Transforming a singular concrete swimming pool into a full-scale family and group-friendly waterpark experience entailed combining waterpark excitement with the existing “Palm Beach” theming, which included a popular sandy beach offering, palm trees and other lush vegetation.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Penticton Community Centre

    The $23 million Penticton Community Centre renovation addressed a growing demand for recreation amenities.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Tiko’s Watering Hole at Kalahari Resort

    The new children’s area at the Wisconsin Dells Kalahari replaced an underutilized activity pool.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Kettle Moraine YMCA

    Completed in 2011 at a cost of $4.6 million, the Kettle Moraine YMCA project features a new recreational pool addition, complementing the existing lap pool, whirlpool and therapy pool.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Liberty Lagoon

    The basic concept for Liberty Lagoon was to create a man-made river (bayou) as the heart of the park, surrounded by a nice variety of rides for kids from tots to teens.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Cumming Aquatic Center

    In addition to two indoor pools — including a 50-meter competition pool with seating for 750 spectators and a 25-yard instructional pool — the Cumming Aquatic Center also sports an outdoor leisure pool featuring a water slide and lazy river that provides fun for kids of all ages.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Garvey Park Splash Zone

    Renovated in 2011, Garvey Park Splash Zone now includes 27,509 square feet of aquatic space.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Grand Prairie Aquatics & Multiplex

    Designed to LEED standards, the aquatics facility is part of the Community Knowledge Campus.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Black Bob Bay Aquatic Center

    Completed in 2010, the $3.7 million renovation of Black Bob Bay Aquatic Center updated an existing traditional lap pool used primarily by local competitive swimmers.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    The Cove Waterpark – Jurupa Aquatic Center

    Soon after the decision was made to proceed with development of the Jurupa aquatics facility, it was decided that sustainability was of paramount importance for the success of the project.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Tri City Court Club SplashDown Cove Water Park

    Tri-City Court Club added SplashDown Cove Waterpark to boost its membership, especially during the summer months.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Tiger Shark Waterpark

    In undertaking a $1.7 million renovation project the city of Saint James, Mo., created a modern efficient facility that reimagined an exisiting pool.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Wounded Warrior Hope & Care Center

    The design focus was to create a holistic, integrated, healing environment to support the mission of the Wounded Warrior program.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center

    Opened in 2010 at a cost of $8.25 million, the Smith Aquatic & Fitness Center features 27,000 square feet of aquatic space.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Skiatook Central Park Splashpad

    The 5,000-square-foot splashpad is part of a park project designed to be a first-of-its kind town park that creates a flexible recreation destination for the region and gives locals a place to picnic, play, and be active.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2012

    Stephen Sorensen Park

    The spraypark at Stephen Sorensen Park in Lake Los Angeles, Calif., was completed in 2011 at a cost of $700,000.Read More

     
     
 
 

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