Cintech has an extensive and diverse construction portfolio. One market in which we build is the entertainment industry, a space we have been building for 25 years. One of our most prevalent repeat clients is Kings Island: With over 20 projects completed for Kings Island to date, ranging from roller coaster ride stations, water park attractions, restaurants, concessions, and more. The key to a successful entertainment project is effective coordination and communication with specialty trade contractors that are uncommon in other markets. These specialty trade contractors typically include vendors that provide special effects and thematics services that give life and character to the rides. If you are looking for a general contractor with extensive experience in working in entertainment construction, Cintech’s market experience not only gives you access to their qualified loyal subcontractor base for best pricing but also gives you peace of mind knowing that we have a proven history and track record of completing successful entertainment projects. Whether working on roller coasters, theaters, or food service, Cintech will bring your project in on time and budget.
Entertainment Project Types:
- Amusement Park Ride Stations
- Amusement Park Concessions, Restaurants
Experts in Entertainment Construction
Here are a couple types of construction projects Cintech has completed:
- Stadium / Sports Complex-Related Construction
- Amusement Park Ride Stations, Concessions, Restaurants, and Water Park attractions.
Featured Entertainment Construction Projects
A few examples can help demonstrate the level of expertise Cintech is able to bring to your entertainment construction project.
Kentucky Speedway – infield. This project made heavy use of PEMB to construct racing garages, a first aid building, media building, an onsite restaurant and more. The speedway is able to provide full services to professional race crews and their excited audience.
Mystic Timber’s Ride Station at Kings Island. This included intense carpentry to create the wooden aesthetic for the roller coaster. It’s particularly notable because access to the site was limited. Kings Island was operational the entire time this project was under construction. The final result serves thousands of riders every season.