Swimming and wading pools are essential to attracting new families and maintaining the vitality of a park or other community space. Whether they date back to the '70s or were more recently built, sooner or later they'll be in need of updating. A major pool overhaul, however, can be daunting for many municipalities, especially in terms of cost.
But there's another solution that doesn't involve major reconstruction and can be cost-effective, is easy to implement and can rejuvenate that old pool and have it back in action in no time at all. Why not consider refreshing your pool by adding new and attractive Splashpad® or Poolplay™ elements? Or go big with an Elevations™ aquatic play structure? Hundreds of municipalities have taken the plunge and added loads of play value with these simple additions that can fit into your budget and your pool's normal maintenance schedule. You can usually just walk the elements in, and hooking up to existing infrastructure can be simpler than you think.
In this webinar, participants will learn pool basics, the ABCs of refurbishing, and the benefits of installing individual or multiple play features, as well as gaining an overview of different play elements that have the biggest impact on communities.
Terry Dubuc is business development manager at Vortex Aquatic Structures International. As a senior manager with more than 25 years of experience as a designer/builder, the past 10 years with Vortex, his area of expertise is municipal aquatic centers and commercial waterparks around the world. Working closely with aquatic designers, pool builders and landscape architects, Terry has provided solutions, design guidance and expertise required to ensure successful builds from start to finish. Among his notable projects are the Westgate Town Center Splashpad, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line "Splashaway Bays," Disney resorts and many more.