Universal Beijing Resort has announced it has completed major construction on the theme park and is now moving ahead in preparation for the highly anticipated grand opening in 2021.
“Under the guidance and strong support of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and the Municipal Government, after several years of high-level and high-quality construction work, the major construction of Universal Studios Beijing theme park and resort’s facilities have been completed,” said Wang Tayi, General Manager of Beijing International Resort Co., Ltd. “With the joint efforts of the China-US team on construction, design, engineering and technological innovations, Universal Beijing Resort is committed to creating a destination as a new landmark of Beijing, with rich cultural heritage and promoting the integrative development of culture and tourism.”
“Thanks to the diligence from all constructors and creatives in achieving the construction completion, we are now entering the stage of full operations preparations, to ensure a one-of-a-kind experience for guests from China and beyond as we prepare for the opening in 2021,” said Tom Mehrmann, General Manager of Beijing International Resort Co., Ltd. Theme Park and Resort Management Branch. “We put significant thought into the experiences we create for our guests, and we look forward to creating unique and contemporary experiences for millions of guests. We are presently working hard on delivering on our promise, ensuring guests will have the best time of their lives.”
The next phase will continue to prepare and will include interior details including detailed work on themed settings, rides and facilities testing, digital system implementation, and guest-facing system testing, as well as entertainment talents casting, training, and rehearsals. Service and security training will be completed during this time to refine and perfect the overall guest experience after the grand opening.
Universal Beijing Resort represents a historic partnership that has been in the making for more than a decade. More than 100,000 construction workers, more than 500 designers and artists, and more than 500 suppliers and partners from around the world jointly made the project possible. Engineering and technological innovations had also been created and leveraged throughout these several years of high-level and high-quality construction work.
Expected to open in 2021, Universal Beijing Resort is set to provide unique, extraordinary and thrilling experiences for visitors from China and from around the world. Universal Beijing Resort will feature the Universal Studios Beijing theme park, the Universal CityWalk Beijing retail, dining and entertainment complex and two hotels when it opens, and featuring an experience that is unique to China – representing a collection of Universal’s most popular attractions from around the world as well as specially themed experiences reflecting China’s rich cultural heritage. The seven spectacular themed lands include Kung Fu Panda Land of Awesomeness, Transformers: Metrobase, Minion Land, The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM, Jurassic World Isla Nublar, Hollywood and WaterWorld.
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