09 April 2018
The steel frame which ISG has used on its £14.8 million water park project in Rhyl has been profiled in a New Steel Construction magazine two-page spread.
Housed within a double wedged-shaped steel structure, topped with wave-form roofs, the project will deliver a pool hall with flumes, slides and water play features, an adventure area containing a multi-level adventure play structure, a changing village and a café and bar area.
The structure has been carefully designed to ensure not only a modern appearance in keeping with the local area, but to match Rhyl’s sustainability agenda, says ISG project manager, Steve Lowton.
“The form of the building has been designed as a modern structure, but also one in keeping with its surroundings, and as such we are using materials that are in keeping with the overall Rhyl master plan,” he said.
The development is expected to attract an estimated 35,000 extra visitors to the area each year, and transform the local area.
Rhyl water park is expected to open in early 2019.
Follow the link to read the full article, ‘Pooling resources’, which can be found at newsteelconstruction.com. Please note the article may only be available for registered users.