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Pokemaniac

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I love/hate how this table writes 'feet' after every height...except the last two. The lack of consistency and the thought to not include it in the column heading is somewhat annoying.

And yeah, that's my biggest takeaway from the project for now.
It is illustrating, though. The table is not very professionally made, with the Six Flags parks not being referred to by their full name, same as the coasters that have numbers in their name. The sudden lack of units in one of the columns also suggests they didn't proofread this before sending it out. And if they're not even bothering to proofread, they don't come across as very serious, and you may begin to question how thorough they've been with this. Is it a set of serious plans, or a quickly thrown-together pitch designed primarily to bait investors?

Or in other words, construction is expensive, but concept art is cheap. They've cut corners on the presentation, which makes me wonder what other cut corners there are.
 

Alessio

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Quoting the PDF: "Construction on park to begin in in Q1 2021 and is projected to open in Q3 2024"

I will only believe it as soon as construction starts.
 

roomraider

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It is illustrating, though. The table is not very professionally made, with the Six Flags parks not being referred to by their full name, same as the coasters that have numbers in their name. The sudden lack of units in one of the columns also suggests they didn't proofread this before sending it out. And if they're not even bothering to proofread, they don't come across as very serious, and you may begin to question how thorough they've been with this. Is it a set of serious plans, or a quickly thrown-together pitch designed primarily to bait investors?

Or in other words, construction is expensive, but concept art is cheap. They've cut corners on the presentation, which makes me wonder what other cut corners there are.
I mean to be fair in my line of work I've seen plans and bids from some of the biggest companies in the world like Exxon, Shell and Gazprom that look like they were proofread by Ralph Wiggum.

I'm not saying this is going to happen but poorly produced pdfs are not too uncommon 😂
 
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