Outside the Lines Recognized For Contributing to Orange County, California Growth
For the second year in a row, Outside the Lines has been recognized by the Orange County Business Journal in California for being one of the fastest-growing private companies in the county. OTL was named to the List of Top 150+ Fastest-Growing Private Companies in Orange County, with a ranking of No. 76.
To qualify for the list, organizations must be privately held and based in Orange County. The list ranked 154 businesses by revenue growth for the 12 months through June compared with the same period in 2010. Every company on the list showed at least 15% growth in revenue through June of this year.
This recognition comes on the heels of another significant honor – Inc. magazine recently ranked OTL No. 1,970 on its annual Inc. 500|5000. OTL experienced 136.9% in revenue growth from 2008 to 2011, the years the rankings are based on. From 2007 to 2011, OTL realized 1,232% growth in revenue.
We’re honored to be recognized, and we’re proud that we’re contributing to the growth of Orange County and the surrounding area, which includes Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States, and Anaheim, home to Disneyland® Resort. OTL has completed an extensive list of projects in this region.
We’re especially proud of our amazing employees and the magnificent projects they create. Their dedication to our clients and their ongoing pursuit of excellence has helped us reach this level of success. Here is a look at some of their notable creations in Orange County:
Anaheim Hills, California
Combining rockwork and water, we designed and constructed a series of streams, waterfalls and ponds at the entry of the estate. The water feature comes alive with Japanese koi ponds that are enhanced with lush plantings of flowers and ornamental grasses. The water feature creates the perfect welcome for the homeowners and visitors when they arrive.
California Theme Ride
Crafting thematic elements that camouflage the mechanics of this popular adventure ride became our top priority on this “hide the ride” project. Our task was to make the inner workings of this ride disappear so theme park guests could reach a state of suspended disbelief as they enter a dangerous lost temple. We completed a wide range of themed services, including building facades and artificial rockwork.
When our artisans completed this project, it was one of the largest artificial rockwork projects in the world. Our artisans installed about 200,000 square feet of carved artificial rockwork, including bear mountain, a waterfall, realistic logs, shards of columnar basalt and other highly detailed carvings.
Waterfalls, undersea caves, ruins and other iconic elements add depth to this submarine ride that explores the mysteries of the sea. Our artisans completed the rockwork to create the attraction’s waterfall, temple ruins, dock pilings, statue pieces and other iconic elements. The journey takes guests through a series of environments as they search for an underwater volcano.
Realistic nature-sized artificial trees, fallen logs, a rock climbing wall and even sleeping bears create an inviting play area at this popular attraction. There’s even an artificial redwood tree so large you can walk through it. When it’s time to play hide and seek, kids head to the hollow log or another secret hideaway. Our artisans hand-carved these iconic rockwork elements to create this park-like setting.
Downtown Anaheim Shopping Center
Our artisans created two show fountains with computer choreographed water displays and lights at the two main entrances of the retail entertainment center. We also built seven fountains shaped like flowers.
St. Regis Monarch Beach
Dana Point, California
Historic Tuscany comes to modern-day California at St. Regis Monarch Beach, where our team revived an ancient art form in the old world Romanesque style. Our team constructed six formal fountains that add to the resort’s air of sophistication. The fountains are featured throughout, from the grand porte cochère to the elegant promenade, where water flows from a striking hand-carved stone fountain.
If you would like to work with a team of skilled professionals on your next water feature, rockwork or themed project, please contact Outside the Lines at: (714) 637-4747 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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