Thanksgiving Point

Lehi, UT

Thanksgiving Point is a 550-acre oasis that features a golf course, museum, village for shopping and dining and several walking gardens, as well as one of the world’s largest man-made waterfalls. The project design required the creative merger of structural engineering, man-made rock work, and water feature design elements. PACE and strategic business alliance partner, Pacific Aquascape, provided design/build services for the signature feature of the development a set of waterfalls dropping 40,000 gallons per minute over 50 feet and creating the backdrop for an outdoor amphitheater. The Thanksgiving Point water feature utilizes over 42,000 square feet of glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) man-made rock installed in a 500-foot long formation that ranges in height from 25 to 50 feet.