Railway Express Concession, Maryland Zoo
We’re often asked to work with existing structures to create a fresh new theme or tie an element in with its surroundings. In this particular case, our customer wanted to make use of a food trailer that had little visual appeal, but was still functionally sound. The trailer would be relocated to where the park’s passenger train boarded nearby and other structures had been built for ticketing and queuing. The end product, Railway Express, completely enclosed the existing trailer and provided the zoo with a brand new food location and a high impact visual anchor.
Cave of the Winds, Colorado Springs
This 26′, fully-equipped trailer was towed from Ohio and secured in place. The unit was then themed with a vintage western look including a parapet roofline, fauxed wood siding, wrap around deck and ramps, and various mining related props. The trailer gave the property a high quality foodservice location in a remote part of the park which could be set up and themed on site in a fraction of the time and effort required by typical construction.
Pizza Depot, Maryland Zoo – Baltimore
Kingdom Productions designed a 3-part modular structure that was pre-built in our shop, shipped to the job site within Maryland Zoo, and assembled in just three days. This system enabled the zoo to have a highly-themed food location in place within a brief window with minimal disruption to the facility.
Kilimanjaro Kones, Dallas Zoo
Tasked with creating an entirely new food service location where none had existed previously, this 20′ trailer was rolled into position at the Dallas Zoo, whereby it was then wrapped with an extensive theming package which was prepared in kit form to place on the trailer body. Theming included skirting panels to conceal the wheels, and a 360° mansard roof. Installation and startup took less than 5 days to complete on site, giving the zoo a high-quality, functional unit without the mess and timing of conventional construction.