Sunday, July 26, 2015

Busch Gardens Tampa Project 2016 : Construction Update #7

Work Beyond What The Eye Can See...

We're back with Construction Update #7 in our "BGT Project 2016" construction update series. Since our last update back in late May, work at the construction site of Busch Gardens Tampa's 2016 attraction, Cobra's Curse, has visibly slowed down with little visible changes to the active construction site. Currently, work is mainly being focused on the indoor queue being housed in the former Tut's Tomb walkthrough attraction. For the latest look at the construction site, be sure to check out our latest construction update in the area below.

 
 

In the first "official" construction update posted by the park itself, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment's Jeff Hornick takes us around the construction site providing never before seen views from within the construction site.
 
Photo Courtesy : Busch Gardens Tampa
 

Fast forwarding to the present day, it appears as though underground electrical work is being done in the center of the construction site based on the labeled caution tape surrounding the excavated area. Further down the line, this could be used as a power source for one of the three lift hills on Cobra's Curse.

 

It also appears as though the pavement and fencing leading into the unused portion of the Montu queue have been removed based on the pile of metal fencing lying in the construction site.

 

 
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  1. Currently, work is mainly being focused on the indoor queue being housed in the former Tut's Tomb walkthrough attraction. construction site security

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