Since it's inception in the late 1980's, bungee jumping has been, and remains, the biggest rush on the planet! It is still king of the adrenaline participatory sports. BCI had helped clients in 21 countries establish bungee jumping operations, and, in many instances, for the first time in that country.

Whether you are installing a bungee jump in an existing facility or establishing a bungee jump site as a stand-alone operation, there are many stages during your project in which you will need the help of a professional.

I. Location Assessment.
The client often has a general location in mind, and often has even chosen a site within a general location. However, often the client is not sure if the chosen site within a location is the most suitable. Here we often do a site visit to assess the following;
a) Whether the site is accessible for construction. If not, the site may have to be developed to accommodate the required machinery and vehicle access.
b) Potential environmental impact of a chosen site.
c) Potential market draws.
d) Potential of site for ease of operations, etc.

II. Tower Concept Design. Based on the chosen site location BCI will develop the appropriate tower design, including the tower height, mix of activities, rigging system, etc.

III. Site Layout and Concept Design. Includes the orientation of the towers or structures, retrieval area, administration, and video and retail functions.

For stages 1, 2 and 3, a site visit is often required to give the best advice. We treat these first three stages as part of the courting process to determine if we can work together on the rest of the project. Therefore we provide this service at minimal cost to the client, and the cost that the client does incur in these stages will be deducted from the cost of the other services if the client chooses to go further. In most cases a report on this can be provided for under $2000 + expenses (flights & accommodation).

IV. Tower Design Drawings. Once the concept design is approved, BCI will create blueprints and manufacturing plans. The design will consider the soil conditions, wind conditions, earthquake displacement, and other climatic factors as per the client's request. BCI will also design the foundations required for the tower based on geotechnical reports provided by your local engineer.

V. Tower Manufacture. Once the design is chosen and approved by the client, BCI will construct the tower at our plant in Canada. The tower is assembled in Canada first and then dismantled and prepared for shipping. BCI will also arrange for the appropriate shipping.

VI. Tower Installation. Once the tower has been manufactured and shipped to your location BCI will supervise the construction process. For complicated projects we will bring a crew of experts to do the installation. For simpler designs we can send one or two construction supervisors and hire local steel workers and other contractors to assist in the installation. Often, the foundation can be installed locally and be completed before we arrive for the installation.

VII. Equipment Sales. BCI provides all the equipment associated with the tower type chosen and can supply all replacement operational needs with a two week lead time. Initial equipment cost is usually under $10,000 and operational cost will depend on volume. Cost per jump for rigging equipment is between $2-3, depending on jump height.

You may request our assistance in all or just some of these stages whichever you feel best suit your needs.