Crystal Lagoons keeps growing in the U.S. with projects in Florida29 July, 2015 / News
The renowned American financial publication Daily Business Review has recently reported on Crystal Lagoons new projects in Florida, as part of the company’s expansion strategy in the U.S.
Daily Business Review points out that Crystal Lagoons is already developing four projects in Tampa area and one in Orlando.
Uri Man, the company’s chief executive in the U.S., said he’s just getting started in South Florida, where the firm’s technology will be used to create a beachfront experience at 15045 Biscayne Blvd. in North Miami. Builders Turnberry Associates and LeFrak plan a 183-acre development away from the water.
The first lagoon at the San Alfonso del Mar on Chile’s Pacific Coast won the Guinness Book of World Record in 2007 for the world’s largest lagoon. It is 3,300 feet long.
Crystal Lagoons is currently involved in 35 projects in different development stages within the U.S., in States such as Florida, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, California and Hawaii, while at global level the company boasts a folder of 300 projects in over 60 countries such as The U.S., The United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Spain, Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico, Brazil, among many others.
These massive lagoons just need water to compensate evaporation, representing half the water consumption of a park and up to 30 times less of a traditional golf field. In addition, they use up to 100 les chemicals than traditional disinfection systems of drinking water and pools, and pup to 2% of the energy conventional filtration systems require.
“The reality is this could have a revolutionary effect on real estate development. We’re the only company in the world that can do this” Uri Man he told the Daily Business Review.
He said his company is also in talks with government agencies about creating artificial beaches in public parkland.
Crystal Lagoons Corp. 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 crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.