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This is one of several refreshment outbuildings inside which are a food stall, a drinks stall, and restrooms. Guests may also find sunglasses, visors, and sun care products at the small but well stocked gift shop in these locations. Although food and drinks are available inside, guests will sit on the benches outside so that they may take in the scenery, enjoy the gentle summer breezes, and soak up the park atmosphere whilst refreshing themselves.




Enhanced by this pergolas set, these locations serve more as a pit-stop for our guests.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aegean Sands, Refreshment Outbuilding, S.E., Image 01

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This image beautifully displays the pergolas construction above our Sandwich Terrace.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - The Sandwich Terrace, View Upwards From Pool Complex, Image 02

Staff and guests who are in this location enjoy tempting views of our pool and breathtaking vistas of the ocean.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - The Sandwich Terrace, From Which Can Be Seen a View of The Ocean Horizon, Image 03

My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - The Sandwich Terrace, View Over Pool Complex, Image 04

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Here we have a pergolas arrangement on stairs leading into Upper Block. It was here that I discovered that my pergolas set still needs beam ends in additional configurations. I am currently experimenting with bougainvillea for the tops of the pergolas. The bougainvillea remains very much a work in progress.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aerial View of Aegean Sands Upper Block, Close-Up Showing Pergolas Arrangement, Image 05

My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aerial View of Aegean Sands Upper Block, Distant View Showing More of Park Surroundings, Image 06

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My Pergolas Set is suitable for making a dramatic statement, or for more modest needs as seen here where I’ve used it on the station for our mini ride, Roadster-Rama.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aerial View of Roadster-Rama Station Showing Pergolas Arrangement, Image 07

In Roadster-Rama guests hurtle, Bonnie and Clyde style, around our paved slab in fibreglass replicas of 1920’s roadsters.




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This is the information station next to the Aquarium in our park. Our skilled gardeners had a difficult time convincing park management that if we put coolers under the soil below the aquarium that we’d not only better maintain the health of the aquarium inhabitants but we could also grow spruce, larch, and a few other cold loving species of trees here on our tropical island. They won us over when they indicated the shade from the trees would give the aquarium inhabitants a sense of well-being & security, and would increase the attractiveness of aquarium visits & of this area of the park for our guests.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aerial View of Information Station Near Aquarium Showing Pergolas Arrangement, Image 08

We’d already gotten around the challenge of keeping the aquarium water cool out there in the hot sun beneath the glass panels. The ocean water is pumped directly into either end of the aquarium, is filtered & ultraviolet sterilized, passes through the exhibits, and is discharged via the center exhibit back into the sea.




Housing below the aquarium the pumps, filters, sterilizer, coolers, the medium in which to grow trees, and the space in which to access and maintain all this necessitated a sixty-foot deep excavation prior to the construction of the aquarium.  Once down at that level foundations were driven down a further hundred feet before construction of the facility began. Cold-loving tree roots only meters away from tropical ocean water required that this excavation be heavily insulated and tanked in polyester resin. There is a scree pit with drainage built below the garden medium along with access for the gardeners to monitor deep soil conditions.




After the weekly inspection of the aquarium glass panels, the trees in this area are misted with fire hoses after which the glass panels on the aquarium get their weekly polish.    




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Distant View Highlighting Aquarium Behind Nearby Information Station, Image 09

Guests view our aquarium as an attraction but the exhibits are only the top of a spacious facility that’s a generous five storeys below sea level.




By way of rotating shifts two of our staff are on hand there at any one time. Although encouraged to travel to other locations about the park to be with resort colleagues during lunch breaks, there is a complete air conditioned facility in place below the aquarium which will comfortably meet the needs of any staff for the duration of their shift.




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Guests exiting the aquarium or walking down the stairs nearby can continue along past the restrooms and into our Midway Boardwalk area. The Midway canopy, beneath which a huge variety of fairground-style foods and drinks are available, can just be seen at the upper right of the image. Although the vendors are in place, the interiors to the canopy are for now shapes without textures in SketchUp.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Pergolas Set - Aerial View From Trees Above Aquarium Towards Midway Boardwalk, Image 10

Our Midway Boardwalk seats some 150 guests at picnic-style tables, offers park guests delightful views of our park over Midway Bay, and leads off into the moderately sized fairground area of our park which includes our children’s playground, Kiddie Korner, among other attractions. The view here from The Midway beautifully showcases many of the park attractions at the south end of our resort.