Our blog series celebrating Aquatic Design & Engineering’s 30th anniversary continues today with a look at a unique hotel property located in the heart of Orlando’s convention and attractions area. The Hyatt Regency Orlando has a rich history in Central Florida, though some visitors may not know that its pools and fountain areas once served another purpose.
Continuing our blog series celebrating Aquatic Design & Engineering’s (ADE) 30th anniversary, we’re looking back on an early water park we designed in 2002. Studio director Jonathan “JT” Toavs managed the project in Naples, Florida, that became known as Sun-N-Fun Lagoon Water Park.
Continuing our blog series celebrating Aquatic Design & Engineering’s (ADE) 30th anniversary, we’re taking a look at a project that remains one of the most rewarding memories for founding principal Ken Martin. In this blog, he shares how ADE’s fountain brought new life to the downtown core of White Plains, New York.
As ADE celebrates its 30th anniversary throughout 2017, we continue our blog series taking a look at 30 unique projects over our company’s history, including one from our hometown: the Orlando City Hall fountain.
Through ADE’s Twitter and Facebook pages, we’ve counted down some of the most inspiring natural water features to celebrate our 30 years in business. #30waterwonders. This post comes from Kerry Martin who shares her experience exploring the less explored water features of Yellowstone National Park.