Crystal Lagoons’ Miami office expands recreational water projects across U.S.23 July, 2015 / News
The renowned American financial publication Business Journal has recently covered Crystal Lagoons’ aggressive expansion throughout the U.S.
The article emphasizes that Crystal Lagoons is already working on seven new projects in the U.S., the first ones in Florida, boasting a total of 35 projects in different development stages across the nation.
The article states that that “these water features have increased sales volume and prices of residential properties around the world”. It also mentions that Crystal Lagoons is currently involved in the development of nearly 300 projects in 60 different countries throughout the world.
Business Journal states that soon South Florida will get an up close view of a Crystal Lagoon. Two lagoons are planned in SoLē Mia, the $4 billion project in North Miami by the billionaire Soffer and LeFrak families. The lagoons would be surrounded by residential towers.
Uri Man, Crystal Lagoons U.S.’ CEO said the company has seven projects in South Florida, although some of them he couldn’t disclose yet. Two that have been publicized would be near Lake Nona in Orlando and for Metro Development’s project outside of Tampa.
Uri Man emphasized that Crystal Lagoons’ technology is license-protected in 160 countries and that it represents lower energy and chemical consumption than traditional swimming pools and it offers an unparallel amenity that adds value to the developments.
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 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.
Nowadays, the company is developing massive lagoons at the Sharm El Sheik resort in Egypt and the Dream City development in Prune India. It has already built large lagoons and pools at a Dead Sea resort in Jordan as well as resorts and developments in Mexico, Indonesia, Thailand, Peru, Saudi Arabia and Brazil.
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.