Governor's Island, New York, NY
Governor’s Island is a 172 acre island in Upper New York Bay. This historic island was formerly used by the Native Americans of Manhattan; visited by Dutch explorer, Adriaan Block; used exclusively for New York’s royal governor’s; acted as a military post during the American Revolutionary War; and also housed the Army and Coast Guard. Today, the northern half of this island is now used as a public park where art and leisure rule. Development on the rest of the park is still in progress.
Delta Fountains was called in during the redevelopment of this island to assist in building an interactive water feature on the northern section of the park. The interactive splash feature has 90 jets that can be programmed in a wide variety of interesting combinations.