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Minds for Engineering
Imaginations for Adventure
Our engineers, designers and water slide manufacturing experts turn stainless steel and fiberglass into swerving, twisting, water-filled works of art. As the largest waterslide manufacturer in the U.S. and winner of a World Waterpark Association’s Industry Innovation Award for Suppliers, we know a thing or two about creating unique waterpark designs. Our waterpark attractions are the things adventures, laughs, memories and profitable seasons are made of.
How Do We Do It?
Splashtacular’s™ team never lost their childhood curiosity and creativity. Only now we hold patents, professional licenses and have the top engineering and design skills in our industry. Plus, we have a keen sense for working with budgets. We’re adept at foreseeing challenges – like gravity – and we thrive on overcoming them. More importantly, we understand that your waterpark’s success hinges on having uniquely fun, safe and durable waterslides, water features and aquatic play units – something for everyone to enjoy.
General Manager, Splashtacular UK Ltd
Glyn has a portfolio that includes Water Parks and many leisure related projects dating back to the mid-nineties. Qualified to HNC status he is an engineer with a working knowledge of hydraulic design, his skills that have been fundamental to the success of many projects that involved both innovation and product development.
Since being head-hunted to open the office in the UK in 2017 Glyn has been fundamental in developing the business in both the UK and Europe. Outside of work Glyn is a keen golfer and carp fisherman.
President – USA
Alex earned a Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering from Kansas State University (EMAW!) and started with Splashtacular in 2003 as a project manager. Before joining our terrific team, Alex spent 12 years working for general contractors and built a wide variety of projects including water and wastewater treatment plants, swimming pools, commercial buildings, and many other things for the Department of Defense, Corps of Engineers and the United States Air Force (we can’t say what or you know what we’d have to do). When not at work or following his daughters from one activity to another, Alex enjoys homebrewing (obsessively), trout fishing and golf (at which he is not so great, but you didn’t hear it from us).
Vice President of Design
This proud Colorado native left his career as a sommelier to pursue his passion for design. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in industrial design from the Art Institute of Colorado, he went to work for SCS Interactive as their lead designer. In 2009, after a few beers and a little persuasion, he found himself waking up in Kansas City as the creative director of Splashtacular. You can still catch him rambling on about the nuances of wine at a local jazz club, staying active outside, telling jokes at the local improv comedy club or fanatically cheering for his beloved Sporting KC soccer team.
Vice President of Operations
Brian’s passion and drive for working in the construction and engineering field led him to becoming a construction manager, estimator and eventually running a steel manufacturing facility for several years. He was already a veteran of the construction and manufacturing industries when he started with Splashtacular in 2011. Brian brings a wealth of hands-on experiences that help with his everyday responsibilities at Splashtacular; where he leads our skilled team of project managers. He uses his proactive nature with our manufacturing folks to ensure schedules are met and quality meets our highest standards. Otherwise, he’s chasing his kids around and in fair weather, you’ll see this duffer out on the links working on his short-game, fantasizing about his Master’s debut; which might just happen (unlike Alex).
Chief Financial Officer
Anita has her Bachelor of Science in accounting from Kansas State University, which she’s put to good use for almost three decades now. Prior to joining Splashtacular, she owned an accounting firm that provided services to small businesses specializing in residential construction, interior decorating and remodeling. In her free time you’ll find her wrangling grandkids, and when no one is looking, sneaking away for some quiet time on her deck with a glass of wine and a good book.