Fernando Fischmann

Crystal Lagoons presented its Innovation and Revolutionary Concept at ULI Meeting

20 June, 2014 / News

Under the strategy of consolidating its entrance into the most significant economy worldwide, Crystal Lagoons Corp. recently presented the success story of this multinational in the most relevant real estate meeting in the U.S. Crystal Lagoons’ innovation, which allows the economically viable development of crystal clear, appropriate for swimming and water sports practice lagoons that allow an idyllic beach life anywhere in the world, have sparked a growing interest between American authorities and real estate developers.

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Reunion 2014, real estate industry’s main organization and platform in the US, congregated leading real estate American developers and the main actors in that area in the country. The activity took place last June 12th and 13th in Orlando, Florida.

At the meeting, Crystal Lagoons’ CEO, Kevin P. Morgan, talked on the panel dedicated to “Large Mix Use Real Estate Projects”, and explained how innovative amenities, such as crystal clear lagoons, are changing the development of different real estate, luxury and hotel projects. The executive highlighted especially how Crystal Lagoons’ technology is becoming one of the main factors that boost its partners’ demands to incorporate this technology in their ventures.

Among these factors, Morgan said that new developments in the real estate, tourist and hotel areas are increasingly less inclined to include golf courses, while demanding an increase in recreational water activities, for which Crystal Lagoons’ revolutionary technology is the perfect amenity for the recreational areas of large real estate developments.

Crystal Lagoons Corp. is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, that has developed and patented technology that allows for the low-cost construction and maintenance of unlimited size bodies of water in crystal-clear condition.


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