The High Line Elevated Park in New York City

The High Lines elevated park is a favorite attraction to native New Yorkers and visitors.

New York Water Feature Design

The scrim feature was designed to flow from one side of the feature to disappear through a grate at the other end.

New York Fountain Water Quality

Water quality was a top concern for the designers as the water feature was designed to encourage visitors to interact with the water.

Textured Scrim Water Feature

The scrim feature's bottom is textured to create a extra layer of depth to the design.

Things to do at The High Line

Retail and food vendors, lounge seating areas, and community events line the 1.5 mile park.

The High Line Scrim Water Feature

Manhattan, NY


The High Line, a 1.5-mile elevated boardwalk-like walkway, was once a bustling rail track serving all of Manhattan. The former NY Central Railroad spur, called West Side Line, was used by factories and warehouses. Today the property is owned by the City of New York and the land was transformed into an open park for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.

About The High Line Scrim Water Feature

The first portion of the project, Section 1, includes a water feature in a space called The Sundeck, between 14th and 15th Streets, where benches rise above an artificial wetland. Delta Fountains supplied both mechanical and electrical equipment for The Sundeck scrim water feature, including pumps, filtration equipment – such as a total UV System and Backwashing Filter System – and all controls.

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