Davis’ Farmland, Sterling, MA
Davis’ Farmland was our first agritainment client back in 1994. At the time the two Davis brothers ran a small petting zoo on their family’s dairy farm and thought there might be potential for a larger destination. We conducted the feasibility study and developed their master plan for the country’s first children’s discovery farm. The facility has been a phenomenal success. In 2001 we conducted a feasibility study for a major expansion and designed the new area that includes spraygrounds, birthday party pavilions, a second concession stand and play areas. We have been their consultants for the past seventeen years and are not assessing added attractions and enhancements for the 2011-operating season.
Entertainment & Sports Complex, Midwest USA
Completed an audit, market evaluation and redevelopment financial and physical plan for a troubled 4-acre indoor FEC and sports facility.
Western USA FEC
Conducted review of a business plan for a new FEC and offered suggestions on its mix to enhance its performance.
Upper Midwest, USA
Working with an international entertainment company on feasibility and development of a hybrid-bowling center based on a popular brand.
Continuing work on the design of a new 27,000-square-foot women’s club and children’s edutainment center.
Conducted preliminary market and facility evaluation for addition of an entertainment anchor to an existing shopping center.
South Carolina, USA
Completing projections, cost estimates and redevelopment plan for an existing bowling center.
Completing master plan for relocation and expansion of Richardson Farm Experience, an agritainment farm, to a new site.
Washington State, USA
Continuing work with the developer of a new 50,000-square-foot hybrid bowling-FEC center to be located in a new shopping center.
Serving as an expert witness for the plaintiff in an FEC accident lawsuit.