Theme Park Glossary of Terms

Understanding Theme Park Architecture Definitions As with many industries, there are unique terms and definitions. While there are terms and definitions unique to the study and practice of architecture, there are many unique definitions when discussing theme park architecture and […]

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Plumbing Engineer

What is an Plumbing Engineer? A plumbing engineer is a professional who specializes in designing, installing, and maintaining plumbing systems in buildings and other structures. Plumbing engineers are an essential part of the building and site design process, as they

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Blue Sky

What is a Blue Sky? The Blue Sky design phase is the first pre-concept design phase that traditionally was unique to theme park design projects. When a project is said to be in ‘Blue Sky’ that means a small group

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What is a Utilidor? A Utilidor is an above water table but below finished grade hardened tunnel constructed for the conveyance – out of sight from theme park Guests – of utilities, support rooms, and Cast Members at the Magic

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What is a Mock-up? A mock-up, with regard to theme park design, is a partial full-sized building or site design feature component used for a variety of reasons by the theme park design team. Mock-ups are extensively used in the

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