Evolution from Bridges, to Telescopes to Theme Park Rides
Dynamic Attractions wasn’t always the ride system manufacturer you know and love today. Our humble beginnings were actually over 90 years ago when we were called Coast Steel Fabricators in Vancouver Canada. At the beginning, we were a machine shop mainly focused on steel fabrication of structures such as bridges and commercial buildings.
At some point, an opportunity arose to get into observatory telescope building. Our amazing engineers were beginning to develop a reputation for reliability, hard work and innovation. Based on the success of the first observatory telescope project, we began to build a niche focusing on that space. That section of the company is still at it today – now called Dynamic Structures.
As luck would have it, some of the same engineers building the telescope projects ended up migrating to the theme park space. Dynamic had proved ourselved through building the worlds largest telescopes on top of volcanoes in Hawaii. As a result, we were brought on to support several new attractions which would go on to change the theme park industry forever.
Today, supporting our amazing theme park clients is what gets us out of bed in the morning. Making e-ticket attractions is our focus. With offices in Orlando, Vancouver, Shanghai, Toronto and Singapore, no company is better positioned to support you as you consider your next Dynamic Attractions!
A Dynamic History