The Lost Island Waterpark opened their 2015 season introducing their latest attraction called Tahiti Village. This highly themed, multi-level play unit offers a number of interactive features like spray bars, spray hoses, valves, three slides, and a large dump bucket. The three medium sized slides are perfect for younger guests.
Unlike many water play structures, this custom designed feature was constructed using 100% stainless steel, coated, primed, and then theme painted with a bamboo paint application. This painting schedule was incredibly time consuming, but the finish resembles an actual bamboo structure. The custom fiberglass thatch roofing provides a nice theme compliment along with durability for years of use. In addition to the realistic theme work, the owner selected a few vibrant green, red, blue, and yellow interactive elements to stand out from the theme paints and add vibrancy to the structure.
If your paradise includes lounging under a tree, you can bask under two new realistic palm trees with spraying coconuts. The trees are a perfect amenity for smaller children and parents.
COST was hired by Lost Island Water Park for shop drawings, engineering, general fabrication, sculpture fabrication, and construction of Tahiti Village.