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by Richard N. Velotta
LasVegasSun.com

Most Las Vegas residents already know the work of Mark Fuller, chief excellence officer of Southern California-based WET.

Millions of Strip visitors have been awed and entertained by the fountains of Bellagio, one of the signature attractions of the hotel that debuted in 1998, and by the renovated Mirage volcano, redesigned with a grander eruption just last year.

Now, Fuller and his team of Water Entertainment Technology designers have brought five water features to CityCenter, MGM Mirage’s $8.5 billion development that completes its opening with the centerpiece 4,000-room Aria tonight.

Like the public art works that dot the CityCenter landscape, WET’s water features are expected to be entertainment nuggets that will be part of the attraction of MGM Mirage’s newest project.

Each water attraction at CityCenter is named and has features never before used in WET’s roster of attractions worldwide.

“MGM Mirage stressed a desire for world-class water features to match the brilliant work of its esteemed architects,” a company news release says. “The client wanted nothing less than the most innovative technologies, unmatched anywhere in the world.”

Some of WET’s CityCenter attractions are similar to their other Las Vegas attractions in that they’re captivating to watch. But others invite pedestrian interaction and are enclosed so that nobody gets wet.

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