Project
Galveston Island Historic Pleasure PIer
Entertainment

GALVESTON ISLAND HISTORIC PLEASURE PIER
ENTERTAINMENT / DESIGN BUILD

The Flagship Hotel was an iconic piece of seawall property, dating back to 1965. The 7 story hotel was severely damaged by Hurricane Ike in 2008, one of the Gulf Coast’s most tragic natural disasters. Under the direction of Landrys Inc., Treadwell Electric helped to revive the property into one of the featured attractions for Galveston Island. Now atop where the hotel used to sit is a state of the art amusement park complete with dining and retail facilities.

PROJECT TEAM: Donald Treadwell, Steve Wilcox, Chris Wilcox, Ryan Paulk, Chris Rodgers

COMPLETED: July 2012

SIZE: 132,000 Square Foot Pier Consisting of:
– Completely new and re-worked electrical service; original service and distribution was demolished by Hurricane Ike
– Over (14) Rides, including the 36’ Double Decker Carousel
– 14,000 sq ft Bubba Gump Seafood restaurant
– 7,000 sq ft Office, Ticketing and Retail building
– 12,000 sq ft Maintenance Building 150,000 Parking Lot