Water replenishment district - learning while educating: a case study on building a digital water museum

The WRD Albert Robles Center for Water Recycling and Environmental Learning (ARC) features a 14-million gallon per day advanced water treatment facility, 2,000 sf learning center, and 1-acre demonstration garden. The entire facility is designed to increase water literacy and stewardship among the public and educate stakeholders about water treatment and green infrastructure. The ARC learning center includes a fully digital and bilingual museum-grade exhibit hall which immerses visitors into an interactive environment where they learn about the urban water cycle, hydrogeology, the advanced water treatment process, and environmental stewardship. As a pioneer in the fully digital exhibitory space, WRD benefits from the convenience, flexibility, and engagement it offers; WRD can offer insights on how to approach an exhibit space project for CAPIO members. WRD will present the Albert Robles Center’s educational exhibits as a case study that will give an overview of the state-of-the-art exhibit hall while telling the story of its inception, procurement, design, and installation, as well as lessons learned throughout the process. If your agency is exploring the latest technology available for educational exhibits or you are interested in seeing the leading edge of digital exhibitory, join us for this case study. Promo Video:

Date & Time
Thursday, November 4, 2021, 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM