Lights! Color! Action! Station Park has Everything You’d Want in a World-Class Show Fountain
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Compliments continue to flow at Station Park, where an incredible world-class show fountain is drawing visitors from all over. This technological wonder is the focal point of the upscale retail, dining and entertainment center in Farmington, Utah.
The fountain is one of only two show fountains in the United States that boasts the technology that created its magical combination of colored lights, music, movement and 30-60-foot high dancing waters. The other fountain is at Disney’s California Adventure.
A mind-boggling array of color and motion lights up the world-class show fountain at the Station Park retail, dining and entertainment center in Farmington, Utah..
We’re extremely proud of our role in this amazing, 5,000-square-foot fountain. Artisans and engineers from Outside the Lines designed, choreographed and constructed the multi-million dollar show fountain, which was conceived by landscape architectural design firm Lifescapes International.
What is different and striking about the Station Park show fountain is the combination of colored lights, music, movement and 30-60-foot high dancing waters. The fountain’s choreographed water show is created by 52 vertical chasing nozzles and six robot nozzles that move water side to side, front to back, and can twist and turn in all directions.
Outside the Lines painstakingly choreographed the show fountain’s movement of water, light intensity, and color, beat by beat to popular classics. The choreographed program is powered by a complex computer system.
The fountain’s capabilities are so vast it can portray up to three-million variant shades of color. Add a concert-grade surround sound system with nine speakers, and you’ve got a show worthy of Broadway.
Although the fountain is amazing at any time of the day, it’s best viewed at night when the wide range of colors in the show are nothing short of breathtaking.
The state-of-the-art fountain also features a waterfall that flows into a lower pond and misting nozzles that send a magical fog throughout the water feature. The fountain re-circulates 48,000 gallons of water throughout its closed-loop filtered system.
Most of the year, the fountain features seven different water shows that are rotated throughout the day. A water show takes place every hour on the hour from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to midnight on weekends. Three more holiday-oriented water shows will be added to the rotation for the winter holidays.
The fountain also showcases life-sized bronze sculptures created by nationally-noted sculptor Brian Keith. Keith is considered to be one of today’s leading figurative sculptors, and his bronze sculptures and oil paintings can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States.
When visitors tear themselves away from the fountain, they can enjoy everything this $250 million-plus upscale retail, dining and entertainment center has to offer. The project is one of the most impressive projects of its kind being built today in Utah and this country.
Station Park’s developer, CenterCal Properties, has opened 400,000 square feet of retail space on the site since August 2011, and is continuing to construct an additional 500,000 square feet in the Village Center. Station Park currently features a Harmons Grocery Store, Cineplex Theater, multiple retailers and restaurants, a park with a children’s play area, an outdoor winter skating rink and outdoor seating.
If you you’d like to learn more about how water features can entertain visitors and enhance the value of your retail entertainment facility, please contact J. Wickham Zimmerman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (714) 637-4747.
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