At Wallover Architects, we don't come to a prospective job site with an idea of what we want to “sell” you. Instead, we come as observers and learners. And while we are the forefront of the latest technologies and techniques and are never afraid to introduce something new, we are more interested in finding solutions that meet our clients' needs than in specifying something you might not need.
It takes a lot of work to evaluate a custom system for a client and avoid the typical “cookie cutter” approach, but it's the only way to make facilities that are architecturally appropriate, properly filtered and chemically balanced, designed with the end-user in mind and maintainable over the long-haul.
Whether we're completing a project for the 15 Central Park West, designing facilities for Busch Entertainment Corporation's “Sesame Place” or engineering water park slides at Morey's Piers in Wildwood, NJ, every project is different, and every project is deserving of our fullest attention. We look forward to becoming your aquatic consultants of record.