Contact us Vitala Group 40 years
International Developers, Managers and Consultants to the Leisure, Tourism and Themed Entertainment Industry


Town planning
Structural design
Technical project management
Interior design
Turnkey consultancy
Project evaluation
Infrastructure design
Construction supervision
Adventure tourism concepts
Master planning
Planning & development

Project definition and location planning
Marketing analysis and studies
Project management
Appraisals and reports
Development and operational consultancy
Environmental impact studies

Leisure and sport development
Operational management
Project finance
Equipping and purchasing
Operational project control
Property and leisure appraisals
Bids technical documentation

Marketing and sales planning and campaigns
Technical project management & time planning
Architectural planning
Interior design
Civil, mechanical,
electrical - engineering
Quantity surveying

Cost planning, budget estimates, cost control
Planning and construction
Contract documents and methods of tendering
Site supervision and quality control services
Snagging and completion certification
Material selection, testing and inspection
Technical equipment services

The Master planning process pursues a logical pattern of identification and completion of all architectural services required, as follows :

Architects’ site visit

Project identification

Composition of architectural design brief

Theme options determination

Environmental impact considerations

Social impact criteria review

Space planning and zoning identification

Initial (Outline) Architectural Master Plan

Detailed (Final) Architectural Master Plan

Design book preparation

The Architectural Master Planning process will :

Support the findings of the Marketing - and Financial Feasibility Study

Serve as press and media support documents

Provide a basis to cost out the individual design components

Highlight environmental sensitivities

Deal with social and ecological impact

Provide a plan for authorities and political bodies to discuss and ascertain regulatory permissions

Overcome any possible public objections to individual designed project concepts