This weekend marks President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s birthday, and we at Aquatic Design & Engineering recognize that no better tribute could have been made to this incredible leader and his legacy than his memorial in Washington, D.C.
Those serene 1950’s scenes of the pool deck at old Las Vegas casinos show a slower pace to cooling off in the desert heat. In today’s casinos, the pool area is sometimes a bigger destination than the gambling tables, thanks to more water features and amenities that become the life of the party.
A guest column yesterday on architectmagazine.com showcased the benefits of working with BIM savvy clients. In the world of aquatic engineering, using the software is also a major advantage for our clients and project teams all through all phases of design and construction.
This New Year holds much in store for ADE, but for those of you who missed the latest news covering ADE’s aquatic features, reflections on the design industry and more, we take a look back on the best blog posts from this past year.