WhiteWater New Zealand works with Vancouver-based giant of the global waterpark and hydroslides industry, WhiteWater West Industries, to bring alive the aquatic centre and attraction of your imagination. With over 40 years of experience and well over 5,000 completed projects, WhiteWater West’s in-house team of over 140 engineers and architects pride themselves on delivering entertainment solutions that consider an entire facility environment and visitor experience.
WhiteWater New Zealand takes a collaborative approach to create innovative designs that deliver the maximum value in variety, capacity, safety and entertainment for each project. WhiteWater West’s expertise in overall facility planning and design, coupled with our own extensive NZ experience as owner-operators and installers, allows us to make recommendations on product selection to maximise capacity, operational efficiency and return on investment, while catering for a wide range of visitors.
This is often the beginning of the design process. It is the visualisation stage leading to agreeing the project’s scope with initial sketches. Operational parameters, project costs and schedules are estimated to give you a complete overview of the design
Schematic design at this stage explores the concept in greater depth and solidifies ideas. It is here that WhiteWater’s designers begin to create CAD plans, generate 3D models and concise detail drawings.
Good design considers in-depth operational and safety measures. That’s why, at this stage, we deliver designs in greater detail, after considering the functional and operational aspects, to illustrate how the project will be constructed, fabricated and produced. The detailed plans produced allow the client and the design team to evaluate the design solutions in terms of impact on both budget and the quality of the visitor experience.
Theming often adds that magic touch to an attraction. WhiteWater’s talented designers and sculptors together create narratives that immerse the visitor in emotionally engaging, larger than life, 3D themed environments remembered for years to come.