PGAV’s Top Posts of 2019
2019 was PGAV’s biggest blogging year yet, with new authors, new projects and programs to celebrate, and 25 posts throughout the year! We’re counting down the eight most popular posts of 2019 in this annual round-up to explore the biggest trends and headlines of our final year of the decade.
8. Inspiration Doesn’t Come Easy
Senior Creative Designer Dave Cooperstein and Attraction Designer / Project Manager Justin Stichter recount the key lessons from the first year of our new PGAV Presents program, welcoming speakers from myriad disciplines to share insights with our attraction designers.
7. The Gift of Wonder
This holiday round-up polled our studio to uncover some of the newest and most exciting experience-gifts they had enjoyed or were planning to unveil in the coming weeks.
6. How to Develop Color for Destinations: The Sun Does Shine Differently on All of Us
In her first blog entry, Designer / Art Director Maura Murphy-Pusateri explored the science and art of selecting the right colors for attraction elements around the world for different kinds of lighting and weather.
5. When Your Project is on Life Support: Planning for Renovations
The second installment of Project Architect Jedd Pellerin‘s series on Aquarium Life Support Systems explored critical questions attractions need to ask themselves before renovations begin.
4. America’s Space Program and the Importance of Higher Purpose in Your Work
PGAV CEO Mike Konzen celebrated the 50th anniversary of mankind’s landing on Earth’s moon by revisiting our work with Space Shuttle Atlantis, and aligning how the successful assets of the American Space Program could be applied to everyday endeavors.
3. When Your Project is on Life Support: Cage Match – Steel vs. GFRP Rebar in Animal Habitat Construction
The third installment of Jedd‘s LSS blog series explored different kinds of rebar, and how they react in different environments under different kinds of stresses.
2. The Importance of Game Design
In Designer Mark Jarman‘s first blog post, he used the grand opening of Walt Disney World’s Galaxy’s Edge to explore modern theme park design and how park designers are applying common game theory to enrich these experiences.
1. PGAV’s Top Ten Hidden Gems of Summer Travel
Our top blog post of 2019 explored a summer round-up of some of the most unique and lesser-known attractions around the country that offer extraordinary summer opportuities.
While we have a few surprises and exciting announcements up our sleeves, who knows what else 2020 will bring for PGAV Destinations, our staff, and our clients’ projects! Stay subscribed and follow our social media for the latest announcements and stories!