Steps to a Successful Waterpark Renovation IN THE NEWS | AQUATIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP | February 5, 2021

With 2020 in the rearview mirror, we begin to set our sights on summer ’21 with a positive mindset for a successful season and future.  And with that, we begin once again to start making plans for “what’s next” at our parks. Before you dive in (pun intended) and purchase that shiny new ride, we would like to suggest you take a pause, and consider how a  renovation might be part of the equation – and perhaps a better solution to achieving your goals.

How do you know if a renovation is right for your park?  An experienced design/builder can help you evaluate what you have to work with and identify opportunities that you might not realize are options.  Opportunities that, with some creative design & engineering expertise,  will help save time and money by taking advantage of the existing infrastructure and equipment you already have in place.

As an example, let’s take a look at a recent renovation project…

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At Zoombezi Bay (Columbus Zoo), a 30 yr old river was showing its age.  A guest favorite, it was in desperate need of a remodel in order to keep up with the high brand standards showcased throughout the rest of the park.  The park was looking at an extensive and costly tear-out and rebuild.  A long-time partner, they called ADG to do the job.

Upon examining the site, and applying some of our engineering know-how and creative design abilities, we were able to offer them a better alternative, one that saved them both time and money, AND yielded a better result.

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FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE ZOOMBEZI RIVER RENOVATION AND OUR OTHER RENOVATION PROJECTS.

 

 

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WANT MORE ANSWERS TO HELP DETERMINE IF A RENOVATION IS THE RIGHT OPTION FOR YOU?

 Find out what you should be looking for, the key questions you should answer, and steps to getting started…

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