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04 November 2015 // Thoughts

Demystifying Your Dream: The Top Ten Questions We Will Ask You at IAAPA

It’s officially November. The leaves are turning, store shelves are overflowing with shopping temptations, and we’re about ready to escape…
26 August 2015 // News

A View from Both Sides of the Fence, Part 2

Welcome back to our two-part look at how theme park design and operations collaborate, and sometimes collide. Last week, JRA…
19 August 2015 // News

A View From Both Sides of the Fence – Five Tips for a Successful Designer/Operator Partnership

Dan Schultz, JRA Chief Operating Officer In July, we asked the question, "should I build my museum or attraction?" Congratulations, the…
05 August 2015 // Thoughts

Deconstructing Capacity – Capacity by the Numbers

When we were researching this post, we found in our desks the article Design and Planning Cheat Sheet, written by…
16 July 2015 // Thoughts

Should I Be Doing This? Economic Feasibilty, Part Two

Last week, Brian Sands, Vice President and Principal of Economics at AECOM, begain to lift the veil of the process…
09 July 2015 // Thoughts

Should I Be Doing This? Determining The Feasibilty of Your Project

When developing a museum or attraction project, sometimes the biggest question is whether it should be developed at all. Even…
26 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 4: Managing the Work

So you’ve finally signed the contract and work has started, but that's not the end of it. Instead, you’ve only…
19 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 3: Using Outside Consultants to Get the Job

In our last segment, we discussed the importance of changing your business mentality and communication style when bidding on projects…
12 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 2: Getting the Job

In our previous post, we mentioned that there are some significant differences in the Western and Chinese styles of attractions…