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A sneak peek on the progress to the Pechanga Casino Water Feature.
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Wishing everyone a #safe and #spooky Halloween night #happyhalloween #holiday
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“Fulton Street is back in business. That was the message of Fresno Mayor Lee Brand on Saturday afternoon as he officially launched the grand reopening of downtown Fulton Street, with thousands packing the narrow stretch of the street and crowds gathering at the Mariposa Street to celebrate.
The two-block section of Fulton between Fresno and Tulare streets that opened Saturday represented the final stretch of construction.…In all, 19 pieces of art, including sculptures and water fountains, were restored and reinstalled [by California Waters] near their original positions as the city worked to get everything ready for Saturday.
'This has been a Herculean effort...' [Mayor] Swearengin said.... She also thanked the hundreds of people who attended Saturday’s celebration of what she called ‘the rebirth’ of downtown Fresno.” Link to story - http://ow.ly/jWAq30g9Roy

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Looking for an exciting, lucrative, full-time employment opportunity that starts immediately? California Waters is now hiring: Entry Level Service Technicians! We offer a highly competitive hourly wage, consistent overtime, paid holidays, strong medical benefits, 401(k) plan with Company-paid matching, and much more. If interested please email us at jrambo@californiawaters.com with your phone number and resume, or a summary of your work experience if you do not have a resume. We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest! #jobsearch #jobopening #hiring #careers
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If you're an architect that designs commercial projects that include water features, fountains, pools, splash pads or anything "wet" and you're attending ASLA LA2017 this weekend ...we want to meet you. Stop by Booth #1707 and meet our team... you never know what a 15 minute connection could turn into. #asla #architects #landscapearchitects
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"Seventeen years and $5 million later...Fresno can once again marvel at its sculptures and fountains, view them with contentment and comfort....Each of the 19 artworks has been restored and reinstalled close to its original positions in anticipation of Fulton Street’s Oct. 21 grand opening....Integral to the presentation of several sculptures are 16 new fountains and pools built by California Waters of Yorba Linda using landscape architect Garrett Eckbo’s original designs. (Sizes have changed to fit their new locations.) Each fountain uses recirculated, treated water and all have new pumps, filters, electrical panels and light fixtures for nighttime appreciation..." The Fresno Bee view full story (link)

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Built in only 10 weeks by California Waters, Ridgeline splash pad has been the hit of the summer for the children and families of Corona, CA. In addition to keeping everyone cool during an extremely hot summer, the splash pad engages the imagination of young and old alike through whimsical water spouts, water cannons, and the crowd favorite, dump bucket. When it’s time to take a break, shade structures covering a picnic area keep attentive parents cool. And for sensitive toes, a unique concrete coloring treatment keeps the play surface temperature cooler as well. @cityofcorona #splashpads #parksandrec http://ow.ly/i/zl4FF
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Will we see you at ASLA 2017?
If you're an architect that works with water projects and you're attending ASLA 2017, we'd love to meet you! Even better, set an advanced appointment with us for a chance to win a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Click on our link for details. #ASLA2017 http://ow.ly/CceK30fl1oU

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California Waters Presents: How to Build a Splash Pad in 6 Weeks - Week 5 photos at Ridgeline Park in Corona, CA #CityofCorona #RidgelinePark #splashpad http://ow.ly/9Nr530bFYjC

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California Waters Presents: How to Build a Splash Pad in 6 Weeks - Week 4 photos at Ridgeline Park in Corona, CA #CityofCorona #RidgelinePark #splashpad http://ow.ly/9Nr530bFYjC
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