Crystal Lagoons, continued expansion in U.S., South Africa, Korea and Bolivia17 February, 2020 / News
The American company, Crystal Lagoons®, developer of a unique technology capable of creating man-made crystalline lagoons, is expanding with new projects across the globe. According to the Chilean newspaper, La Tercera, the firm has upcoming lagoons in countries as diverse as Bolivia, the United States, Korea and South Africa.
Just this week, the firm completed a 32-acre crystalline lagoon, the largest in South America, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Known as Playa Turquesa, it is also the world’s second largest after the lagoon in Dubai, Mohammed Bin Rashid City – District One.
According to the article by La Tercera, the firm founded by the biochemist, Fernando Fischmann, is planning to move forward with seven Public Access Lagoons™, known as PAL™, in the United States this year, in addition to the five that are already operational in that country.
Meanwhile, in South Africa, the company has announced five new real estate projects that will bring white sand beaches and pure turquoise lagoons to areas across the country, enabling residents to practice water sports, in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban. These immense bodies of water provide a tropical paradise to be enjoyed on their doorsteps year round, promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Strong presence in Korea
Crystal Lagoons has just signed one of its most important contracts in its history which entails 30 PAL™. The first project will be located in the Incheon sector in Seoul, and will have a 7-acre crystalline lagoon which will be surrounded by restaurants, shops, event centers, amphitheaters for shows, etc.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.