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Vortex Aquatic Structures International Introduces Water Journeys, an Innovation in Aquatic Play for Public & Commercial Spaces(October 08, 2013)
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Vortex Aquatic Structures International has been a leader in aquatic play for over 18 years, manufacturing safe, economical and sustainable aquatic play amenities. Water Journeys is Vortexs latest innovation and provides landscape architects and aquatic designers with new opportunities to create remarkable landmarks that are cross generational. Water Journeys is a linear ground play area, created in imitation of natures water systems and includes: boating, flow management, rivers, and streams in a four module game installation. Like in nature, what happens in one area of the stream impacts the conditions further downstream. Children will quickly learn how their play affects others. Each game module offers a different interactive play experience and provides people of all ages a chance to engage in the Water Journeys® meeting place.
We understand there are tremendous obstacles financial and social to park programming & how to create new amenities that bring families together for relaxing & fun leisure activities, said Stephen Hamelin, President, Vortex Aquatic Structures Intl. At Vortex, we are constantly striving to develop new solutions for our customers. Water Journeys is a game that encourages team play among children but also is a place maker providing an gathering place for every member of the family to enjoy.
Inspired by a flowing stream, Water Journeys is a set of game modules connected to make a giant chain reaction of play and fun. Water Journeys is divided into four game modules, containing: (1) boat races, (2) a waterfall (3) a labyrinth (exploring water flow) and (4) a pebbled tide pool. Children will have an opportunity to use their imaginations and ingenuity by maneuvring levers and managing how the water behaves within the modules. One module will directly impact how the water moves lower in the chain. Water Journeys brings younger children together for irresistible ground play & older children together for interactive play using pumps, stream beds & water damns kids must work as a team to amplify water & block streams. It is also a meeting place for parents, grandparents & neighbors to sit back, relax and watch the water on its journey. Offering the most flexible configuration, Water Journeys is sold as a single game module or as set of modules. Designers & architects have the option to select one or more games to fit their specific space & design.
The traditional advantages of a Vortex Splashpad® solution remain in a Water Journeys® amenity: a cool place for refuge from the heat; sustainable water management solutions; lower maintenance costs for qualified staff (no long term standing water makes lifeguard staff unnecessary); the highest quality materials for durability; and finally, the most advanced technology in sustainable water usage.
Water Journeys® will be launched at the NRPA Congress and Exhibition from October 8-10th in Houston, Texas. The Vortex exhibit will be in Booth #921 at the George R. Brown Convention Center and will showcase its full line of aquatic play and water management solutions, including Water Journeys®.
Vortex Aquatic Structures international, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, was founded in 1995 with the introduction of the first Splashpad®. Vortexs use of the highest quality materials coupled with unique, inspiring design and state-of-the-art engineering, positioned the company as the world leader in aquatic play solutions.
With over 5,000 installations worldwide and a global distribution network, Vortexs mission is to lead the aquatic play industry by continuing to develop the most fun, innovative and safe products for families and children of all ages and abilities. Vortex: A clear source of fun.
For more information on Water Journeys®, Vortex Splashpad®, Poolplay and Spraypoint® solutions, please visit the companys website at vortex-intl.com.
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