There’s no denying the popularity of Splashpads in large and small communities across the nation. In many cases, Splashpads are replacing old wading pools. In others, a Splashpad is being introduced in lieu of a swimming pool or as a brand-new attraction.
Beneath the eye-catching features of these attractions is an intricate system that controls water usage and quality, and ensures your attraction is safe, efficient and sustainable over time. When it comes to sanitation, and chemical, mechanical and preventive maintenance, water management and a well-thought-out maintenance program is at the heart of every successful Splashpad design project.
The key to successfully maintaining a Splashpad is to design and install it with maintenance in mind.
In this presentation you will:
- Explore the different maintenance requirements for flowthrough and recirculation water management systems, and how this impacts design.
- Discover Splashpad design strategies to mitigate some of the more common maintenance issues.
- Gain an understanding of systems, maintenance requirements and lifecycle, and how to integrate the right solutions at the project design stage.
This course is approved by LA CES and AIA. It qualifies for 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) and covers subjects related to Health, Safety and Welfare.
To qualify for continuing education credits, be sure to fill in all fields in the registration form, and the questionnaire following the presentation.
Born and raised in the Cleveland area, Mike brings real passion to his role as a Vortex senior sales executive.
Mike started with Vortex Aquatic Structures in March 2015, continuing a career that has been focused exclusively on parks and recreation. During his time at Vortex, Mike has been actively involved in more than 60 aquatic installations in Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
As a Certified Pool & Spa Operator, Mike brings unique knowledge and insight to his parks and recreation customers, and he is regularly called upon to provide educational sessions.