Inspiration for the waterfront

Floating structures can add innovative opportunities for waterfront developers enabling facilities to be expanded without losing valuable space on land. Projects developed by Finnish company Bluet, such as a floating padel court at Keilaniemi Marina, Espoo (right), are part of a one-stop-shop service approach.

Bluet floating solutions vary by size and purpose and include pools, spas, food and beverage spaces, yacht club facilities and amenity areas, e.g. showers and changing rooms, and the company believes they will form an increasing element in marina development. Marina locations are especially well-suited to floating projects as they already have essential infrastructure and connections right at the shoreline.
Each project is unique, dependent on location needs and baseline and, for this reason, Bluet creates scalable and feasible solutions that fulfil specific needs and implements all, from the initial idea for a profitable high-quality outcome.
Working with a comprehensive global network of representatives, Bluet has implemented projects worldwide and, whether creating new structures or revitalising existing facilities, creates floating solutions that are cost-efficient, time-efficient and ecologically sound.


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