Water Feature Case Study: Health Care
Carson City Hospital
This hospital water feature was fabricated using two independent indoor waterfall systems joined together to share common mechanical equipment and access.
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- Acoustic Chamber
- Inner Reinforcing Baffles
- Custom Sizing
- Unlimited Heights
- Standard Acrylic
- Pre-Installed Mechanical
- Ozone Pure Water Systems
- Reverse Osmosis Systems
- Fully Fabricated
- Welded Fittings
- 1/2" Stone Tile Facing
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- LEED Qualified
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Two-Tier Stone Tile Architectural Water Feature
Lower and upper segments combine to make this two-tiered water feature assembly. The lower basin is concealed within the stone planter and the upper basin is concealed under the stone tile surface. The lower basin and grille are recessed back from the face of the planter assembly to keep visitors from contacting the water flow with the planter assembly providing a designed buffer.
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A removable aluminum grille is installed on top of the lower basin to provide access. The water enters the lower basin through a 3/8" opening between the stone surface and the aluminum grille (typical).
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- Indoor Waterfall Type: The "Original" Indoor Waterfall System- standard acrylic
- Materials: cast stone, stone tile, and aluminum
- Dimensions: 180" x 72" x 216" finish assembly dimensions
- Client: Carson City Hospital, Carson City, Michigan
- Architect: BETA Design Group