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Barbour Play Area, Lisburn
Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council
This project was completed in October 2016 and was part of a larger tender, including 2 other sites. These projects were run simultaneously using all of our own resources.
The tender required removal of an existing play equipment to be replaced with a high quality, vandal resistant and long lasting traditional play area. Firstly a large bespoke multiplay unit bursting with play value, suitable for all and providing a visual impact to the area decided on. The large HAGS Uniplay steel unit we chose includes a wheelchair transfer point, climbing walls, bridges, nets, below deck games, traditional slide and Banister Slides, with multiple access and egress points, ensuring all children are challenged and enthralled.
Swings for both Toddlers and Juniors have been provided with our Delta ant-wrap bearings. And our newest swing seat the Tango will provide children and carers the chance to safely swing together, increasing social interaction. A dish roundabout and a multi-seat springer have also been provided to offer a range of play activities.
Our bright, single coloured Saferfall wetpour provides the perfect surface for safe play whilst also remaining easily maintained. Brightly coloured thermoplastic surface markings have also been included to increase interest and educational play within the area.
We hope the community enjoys this play area for many years to come!
Caragh Road, Naas
Naas Town Council
A cast in situ concrete skate park with street elements, designed for BMX, skates and Skate Boards has been installed along with a natural fenced play area to provide a space for the whole community to come together and use.
The Skate park has been designed to fit with the existing contours of the site and includes street elements that have proved very popular with the local youth. A designated area for this age range is so important to ensure that teens have somewhere to focus their energy in a productive manner.
The play area boasts challenging multiplay units along with traditional play items for all age ranges with a mixture of surfacing types. There is a central mound that features natural elements, interactive play panels and a mound tunnel. A selection of meandering low line trail items installed into sand provide another element to the adventure!
We hope the locals continue to enjoy this park in the future!
And teens...please remember your helmets!
Pickie Park Play Area
North Down Borough Council
We are delighted to share the refurbishment we completed at Pickie Park in April 2015. It was a pleasure to work on an area that many of us have enjoyed ourselves over the years. It was important to us all to provide a quality installation and equipment that enhances the iconic location.
The client wanted to replace many of the existing units with new marine themed play equipment and the wet pour safety surface also needed refurbishment.
The large custom HAGS Uniplay Ship unit offers a large range of play value, offering something for everyone. Six different access points allow children of various confidence levels and abilities to access the Ship. Children can choose between the small slide or the more exhilarating Tube slide as egress points. Not only will this Unit be a major feature and add character and excitement it will provide a large amount of play value for the Senior age range.
The custom HAGS Unimini ship contains many different challenges for different abilities and confidence levels, it is packed with play value, with moving parts play panels at every turn at a low level, accessible to wheelchair users.
We also installed a Mayflower Group Springer, which will provide hours of role play fun, 2 marine themed springers, Simmy the seal and the 4 Way Turtle Springer. A small role play unit for the toddler age range, the Unimini Port to spark the imagination of small children and encourage them to engage in role play.