Designing A Splashpad

Start Date
02/07/2019
End Date
02/07/2019
Description
The Splashpad or “Spray Park” is a rising trend in the recreation industry today, and it is important for Landscape Architects to know how to safely and successfully incorporate them. A design that includes a Splashpad can create an active experience that entertains children, while also challenging them mentally and physically. These elements of aquatic recreation can become a unique highlight in any space, but there are also a few important health and safety restrictions that need to be addressed to ensure its success.
Location
Athens, GA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. What is a Splashpad and History of Aquatic Recreation
2. Pool Repair v Splashpad Renovation
3. Pros and Cons of Splashpads
4. Changing health codes to consider
5. Splashpad Design Capabilities and Examples
Instructors
Dustin Graham
Website Registration
Course Codes
19lsc-06
Provider
College of Environment and Design


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