It's been a few months since we launched the three new Water Journey™ designs and since our last blog post for that matter. So here is getting back to the groove...
Readying for next year's refurbishments or renovations? When it comes to making a bid, two options generally present themselves: a standard Request for Proposal (RFP) or purchasing cooperative. If you're already familiar with what differentiates these two avenues, the choice should be an easy one. If you're not, we'll just go ahead and spoil the rest of this article: a purchasing cooperative is always the better option!
If you've been following our last few posts, you'll know that we're about to unveil three new designs in our Water Journey™ family. Leading up to the reveal, we've explored the current line's design philosophy, showcased its numerous features and spoken to our landscape architect about a few surprising applications.
We've spent our last two posts exploring Water Journey's nature-driven design and philosophy. Today, we're diving into applications. And who better to guide us through a discussion about water park design than our very own landscape architect Scott Stefanc?
If you're just tuning in, we spent much of our last post discussing our Water Journey™ solutions while teasing some of our new products around the corner. In a nutshell, we explored how our design team endeavored to create a water play area that would be as malleable and shape-shifting as Mother Nature herself.