Jacksonville Library Water Features Design

Delta Fountains helped created the water feature outside the Jacksonville Library main branch.

Water Feature Design

The water feature is a long, linear pool with arching jets along the sides.

Water Feature Jet Nozzle

We used custom fabricated, stainless steel nozzles.

Water Jet Nozzle

The jet nozzles create very stream-lined arching jets.

Jacksonville Library

Jacksonville, FL


  • Date-
  • ClientCity of Jacksonville
  • Categories
  • DesignRobert A.M. Stern Architects LLP

A blue-tiled rectangular pool with arching jets takes center stage in the open-air courtyard at the main branch of Jacksonville Public Library.  Located on the second floor level of the building, the outside space includes palm trees, bushes and tables for visitors.

Jacksonville Public Library

The water feature at the library includes 14 discharge points and operates at a minimum pumping rate of 120 gallons per minute at 60 feet TDH. Custom fiberglass sumps house the 14 smooth bore nozzles that gently arch inwards around a shallow basin. Delta Fountains provided mechanical and electrical components for the fountain.

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