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nola 7 ltd


(Bulgaria) 73 Cherni vruh Blvd, Sofia, 1407, Bulgaria Tel: +359 2 962 99 10 fax: +359 2 962 99 45 email: info@nola7.com


(UK) Barn 8, Fenton Farm, Crundale, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4PY, UK Tel: +44 (0)1437 768 547 email: wellness@nola7.com Web: www.nola7.com @nola7Wellness linkedin.com/company/nola-7-ltd


Background briefing NOLA 7 was established in 1994.


product range NOLA 7 provides conceptual and project design, technology and equipment for waterparks, sports and Olympic pools, leisure and other attractions-related swimming pools. Our water amusement products range from water slides, fibre- glass figures, water fountains, wave and swimming pools, lazy rivers, hydrother- apy, vitality and spa pools, commercial filtration and water treatment from UV and ozone to natural salt, children's fun water zones, salt inhalation rooms and saunas as well as other thermal experi- ence rooms.


main services NOLA 7 employs over 200 specialists to carry out projects worldwide and ensure absolute quality control throughout. Our innovation and services enable NOLA 7 to expertly maximise fun through our solutions and the recreational wishes of our customers. NOLA 7 products in- corporate ultimate levels of safety and manufacturing with only the latest tech-


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ivan Tanev, founder


nola 7 produces water amusement for waterparks, pools and wellness centres


nology to ensure premium long-term life in service. NOLA 7 provides CAD & 3D design, manufacturing, project manage- ment, installation, planned maintenance, professional training and marketing of large waterparks and wellness spas. NOLA 7 have realised more than


750,000sq m (8,073,000sq ft) of water facilities and 70,000sq m (753,500sq ft) of wellness spa centres worldwide.


additional services A global source of professional wellness and hydrotherapy provision. NOLA 7 also provides professional industry training for planned maintenance programmes


and we supply professional wellness equipment for treatment rooms and medi spas. We offer full in-house design and specification services to provide our clients with a turn key operation de- sign conception through to our realised unique bespoke prestigious spa centres. We work with our clients' own consult- ants and designers to maximise their personal vision. Consultation services ensure that projects observe the current international industry standards.


Key customers Kempinski Grand Arena Hotel; Alma Tour; Fort Noks; Marea Neagra-Mangalia, Romania; St Brides Marine Spa Hotel – Salt Vitality Pool, Wales; Hoar Cross Hall; and Eden Day Spas. We've designed the largest indoor waterpark in the Balkans at Tamplier Resort, Bansko, Bulgaria.


2011 trade shows SPATEC and Global Spa Summit.


Key personnel Founder, Ivan Tanev; Operations Director, eng. Lillia Taneva; UK Director, Richard Bishop M.I.S.P.E.


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