Malls, Amusement Parks, Multiplex, IT Parks

Because theme parks are so singularly focused on user experience, they’re usually always built, renovated or expanded according to a master plan.

Theme parks evolve over generations. Contractors come and go, but master plans do not. That’s why a contractor should make a careful study of the master plan as soon as they’re selected for a project. Master plans often include details regarding:

  • The phases of expansion of a theme park, including the growth of the park’s footprint and the addition of new attractions.
  • Planned renovations of existing areas of a park, including non-attraction infrastructure like utilities and patron pathways in addition to the elimination or substitution of aging attractions.
  • Projected peak and minimum attendance figures.