In Total Balance

Sustainability issues influence many aspects of Fluidity’s water design and engineering practice.

Cost and resource efficiencies from reduced electricity consumption and the moderation of purification chemistries are one element in our approach. Carbon footprint reduction through regionally sourced construction materials and equipment is another. We routinely specify low maintenance lighting systems and reduce water volumes to minimum amounts. We also program fountains for strategic efficiencies, meaning that the water features tend not to consume resources when there are not many people around.

Our continuing research is leading us to a yet greener future, yielding water features more deeply integrated into their living, ecological contexts.

It is our goal to one day soon deliver fully green, healthful designs presenting emotionally charged displays, and offering new dimensions of functionality to a project’s energy management.