Safety First
Last October, I had the pleasure of attending the American Society of Landscape Architects’ convention in Philadelphia.  While there, I spent much of my time sitting in the WaterShapes booth in the exhibit hall and found myself fielding a surprising number of questions from landscape architects about aquatic safety – and particularly on the new federal regulations and standards having to do with entrapment prevention.   At first, I thought it was strange that this was such a hot topic among landscape architects, who, as a rule, haven’t been
Deconstructing a Trap
For the most part, we keep things positive in the pages of WaterShapes, and for good reason:  With so much inspiring and amazing work taking place every day in all corners of the watershaping trades, negative subjects seldom