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Company Profile www.parkworld-online.com


Symbolica - A moving encounter with the so called ‘Fable Fish’ fantastic whale


Symbolica - The horn of plenty at the king’s table, with an elaborate fruit rolling


industry than it was before COVID-19. The world asks for new innovative ways to adapt the products and processes that we are currently working with. “Since we do a lot of prefab work, we improved even that so it can be put together by a local team. We have been busy optimising this in the last few months. We also do big projects prefabricating concrete, and in the last year we have provided the biggest prefab concrete works in the business we know of.” Looking ahead, I ask Philipp to tell me about any recent and/or upcoming projects he thinks our readers might find interesting. “The past year we have been working on various projects for various parks and attractions worldwide. Although a lot is confidential, we can share some details with you. For example, we completed a dark ride for Liseberg, which unfortunately hasn’t opened for any visitors yet due to the pandemic. “Currently we are working on projects for various major parks in Europe and Asia. Two of them involve exciting expansion plans with great storylines for major IP’s, which unfortunately is all under NDA. Something we can share is that P&P projects is going Nautical. Although these times are challenging, we hope to continue working on these magnificent projects and are looking forward for more exciting projects in the future.” Wrapping up, I ask Philipp to name the company’s biggest challenge. His answer is refreshing: “The biggest challenge is to make sure that we deliver steady quality and can handle all the requests at the highest quality” Here’s to another 30 years of P&P Projects!


AUTUMN PART 2 2020


Liseberg Underlandet Creating show stopping experiences


P&P projects has been in business for over 30 years now. Besides the design and build of show sets and theming, it also delivers state of the art show action equipment.


“It is the combination mechanical engineering and show sets that got us involved in the award- winning Symbolica dark ride at the famous Dutch theme park Efteling,” says CEO and creative director Philipp van Stratum Symbolica - Palace of Fantasy opened its doors in the summer of 2017. Efteling visitors have an audience with the king inside the palace, where nothing is quite as it seems. Pardoes, the Magic Jester, escorts guests through the secret passageways and the variety of magical rooms. The guests are guided through the palace in quirky Fantasy Carriages. Along the way, they are immersed in a fantasy world where new wonders greet them at every corner. Surprising experiences, magical dwellers, crystal chandeliers, mirrors, a myriad of ornaments and specially composed music and show effects provides a feast for the eyes. For more information visit https://www.efteling. com/en/park/attractions/symbolica.


It is the


combination of mechanical engineering and show sets that got us invloved in the award-winning Symbolica dark ride at the famous Dutch theme park Efteling.


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