CLOWARD H2O Completes Work on Oklahoma City Whitewater Rafting Project

Published on May 7, 2014

CLOWARD H2O, as an instrumental part of the design team, has completed engineering work on the soon-to-be-built Oklahoma City Whitewater Rafting and Kayak Course. The overall project will cost around $32 million and will bring a whole new level of adventure to downtown Oklahoma City in the heart of the boathouse district. With rapids ranging from class II to IV, the course will allow both amateurs and professionals to experience the thrills of spending a day whitewater rafting or using the Olympic style slalom kayaking course.

The project management team selected Scott Shipley, a three time Olympic Kayaker and President of S2O Design, to design the course. In collaboration with S2O Design, CLOWARD H2O provided aquatic/hydraulic and conceptual pre-design engineering services.

The project is now in the bidding phase with construction beginning within the next few months. The facility is scheduled to be open for adventure in late summer of 2015. Only a few facilities in the world can claim comparison to this facility and CLOWARD H2O is thrilled with our role in the development of this extraordinary project. For more information, see the project website here: www.boathousedistrict.org/whitewater.

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