Waterpark Making Big Splash For Visually Impaired Patrons
In the July/August 2013 issue of The World Waterpark Association’s publication, World Water Park Magazine, Lions Water Adventure at Woodmen Community Center in Kinston, NC is praised for creating the first waterpark specifically designed to accommodate individuals with visual impairments.
BSE Structural Engineers provided engineering services for all three waterslides at Lions Water Adventure. The slides are manufactured by Avalanche Waterslides and provide three different experiences for riders to enjoy.
Each waterslide is 32-feet-high and bold in color. They are individually designed to provide a safe, fun experience for everyone. The zebra slide is a twisted slide inner-tubes glide down. The signature lion slide plunges riders down through the lion’s mouth and into the pool. The special low-splash slide provides a way for visually and hearing impaired patrons to enjoy a stress-free ride.
Read the full article written by Bill Ellis and Danny Rice by clicking here.
Zach Plakorus joins BSE Structural Engineers
BSE Structural Engineers is happy to welcome a new member of our technician team, Zach Plakorus. As a prior BSE intern, Zach quickly became a valued member of the growing team.
Zach graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Aided Drafting Design and Technology from The University of Central Missouri on May 11, 2013. At UCM Zach was a member of The American Design Drafting Association.
Prior to graduating, Zach interned with BSE Structural Engineers from December 2012 through May 2013. Before interning with BSE, he also worked as a contractor’s assistant with Hodson Custom Homes and was a drafting intern at Fike Corporation in 2010.
BSE Structural Engineers Welcomes Julie Markham
Julie Markham joined BSE Structural Engineers recently as a Technician. Julie has over 12 years of AutoCAD drafting experience and received her Bachelor of Science in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology from University of Central Missouri in May 2012. Julie is quickly becoming a key part in the development of our BIM initiative and a valuable part of our design team!