Choose the Right Water Management System to Make Your Spray Park a Success

Over the past decade, there has been an important increase in the addition of aquatic solutions to municipal parks. These water attractions are highly beneficial for early childhood development, and for encouraging movement and socialization within communities with increasingly sedentary lifestyles. A well-chosen water management system is a crucial part of every aquatic solution, as it ensures water quality, community health, safety and sustainability.

This webinar will explore the different types of water management systems and the important role they play in the health, safety and welfare of families and communities. We discuss the technical specifications and venue requirements of each system, to enable you to carefully choose the most adequate system for your client.

In this webinar, participants will learn how to:

  • Determine whether a splashpad needs a filtration system or a flow through system.
  • Choose the right type of housing for a specific project.
  • Understand the requirements for the installation of these systems.
  • Understand and communicate the pros and cons of each system to advise clients on the optimal choice for their specific site and objectives.

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.

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Jim Bassi
Director of Sales
Vortex Aquatic Structures International

Jim joined the Vortex team in August 2018 and is Director of Sales for North America. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area, he leads the sales initiatives in North America, driving market penetration and securing Vortex International’s leadership position in the aquatic play marketplace.

Jim brings extensive sales experience in both the public and private sectors, particularly in the field of commercial recreational equipment. He works with the Vortex sales team to proactively support waterparks, hotels, resorts and municipalities across North America in providing superior-quality aquatic play experiences.