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Full Service Aquatics

The project is headed by Michael Gannon of Full Service Aquatics; creator of water features. Whether installing natural ponds or multi-tier fountains, crashing waterfalls or still reflecting pools, Michael Gannon brings his expertise and artistry to every project he creates. This installation is a blend of all Quark Park represents. The rainwater basin is artistically designed as a blend of textures and colors of the many types of stone, rock, and gravel brought together and arranged to be pleasing to the eye; with the motion of water coursing through the display via several cascades fed by ever overflowing jugs of water adorned by fish and sun. It is approached scientifically, by using rainwater runoff from the local garage roof, the water is oxygenated to purify the water by recirculating the runoff, aquatic plants are used to absorb nutrients and further oxygenate the water and feed the fish, fish are used to control algae's and undesirable growths and to bring a splash of color and life to the display. Lighting has been added to the display for a dramatic visual display during the shortening days of the approaching Autumn.


Quark Park is being developed by Kevin Wilkes, AIA; Peter Soderman; and Alan Goodheart, ASLA. The World Hope Foundation has joined forces with this team to be the fiscal agent for the project. The World Hope Foundation mission supports self-determination in communities by bringing resources to community members and educational experts that are willing to step forward and enhance the lives of their children and elders. The Foundation is a qualified as a Federal 501 (c)(3) charitable organization and as such is eligible to solicit and support charitable causes.
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