Aquatic Fountain Design and Construction
Architectural Fountain in Montreal
The Vauquelin Fountain sits at the center of Vauquelin Square in Montreal. Formerly, the area was known as Neptune Square and featured a fountain dedicated to Neptune, God of the Sea. Later, the name was changed to Vauquelin Square after Jean Vauquelin, a commander in the French navy during the Seven Years’ War. Due to the archaeological remains of the site, this was a challenging renovation. The fountain construction is a classical circular basin with 45 jets around the circle and 15 jets in the center. The jets are illuminated by 36 RGB lights, creating a dynamic light display at night.
Canadian Pool and Hot Tub Council | Design & Construction Award 2018 | SILVER
Public or Multi-Family Stand-Alone Water Features or Fire Features – All sizes and stand-alone installations