Cloward H2O, an expert in aquatic design, is reflecting on the success of one of its key built-to-last projects at Sandy Lane Resort & Spa. This luxury Caribbean resort features multi-level pools and spas, as well as five hydrotherapy pools, a penthouse swimming pool and numerous koi ponds, fountains and wading areas.
Guests can enjoy the 47,000 square foot spa, four restaurants, seven bars and three golf courses when they stay at the resort, which boasts 112 guestrooms and suites as well as a five-bedroom villa.
Water features that are built to last
Cloward H2O provided complete engineering design and construction administration services for the elegant multi-level pool and waterfalls, the hydrotherapy pools, the rooftop penthouse swimming pools, three koi ponds and numerous fountains.
This s scope of work included the design of all mechanical systems for the water features throughout the resort including pumping, piping, water treatment, water chemistry, waterproofing, structural detailing and design. In addition, the company worked on the electrical and mechanical designs including wiring, control diagrams, motor control centres, chemical monitoring, control systems and underwater pool lighting.
The resort has hosted many of the rich and famous and is also a much-loved family destination. Two of its world-renowned golf courses are 18-hole championship courses, designed by Tom Fazio. It also has one of the region’s largest spas, with a wide array of treatments on offer.
Sandy Lane has won many awards throughout the years. It is an AAA FiveDiamond Rated Resort and a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Rated Resort.
“Sandy Lane is the example of expert engineering and the collaboration of a great project team,” says Rob Cloward. “Cloward H2O is never alone on any project and the design partners that brought their expertise to the project understood how to make this resort great. We are pleased to see Sandy Lane continuing to be successful, it’s the hope of every project to be a built to last facility.”
The company also recently celebrated another of its successful projects from the past, Geyer Falls Water Theme Park at the Pearl River Resort in Choctaw, Mississippi.