We’re coming to the end of another successful year (doesn’t time fly!). 2019 has seen a whole range of projects undertaken, from the bread-and-butter that is grass mats to the brand new combination of artificial grass and wet pour. We figured we would round up our favourite projects to give you our Top Ten Installations of 2019!
10. Horsted Park
Coming in at Number Ten is a shock pad and grass mat job, completed in November on behalf of Kompan. A 256 square meter site, this was no mean feat for our experienced team, who installed our patented SmartPlay shockpad as a system alongside EcoSmart grass mats.
Completed in just four days, including travel to and from Kent, this project definitely deserves a mention within our Top Ten Installations of 2019!
9. Tibberton Play Area, Wychavon
The first of a few RubbaSmart wet pour installations to make it in to our Top Ten list, is this recent blue-and-black fleck designed to match the colour of Wychavon District Council’s logo.
“The very efficient team carried out the work on schedule and left site clean. Very satisfied with the finished job and we will be using PlaySmart again.”
Jayne (Parks & Greenspace Officer), Wychavon District Council
8. Bablake Pre Prep School
7. Meopham Community Academy
Up next, at Number Seven, is the wonderful combination of wetpour rubber and artificial grass. The grass making for a funky, wiggly, soft pathway against the almost sponge-y feeling of RubbaSmart wetpour.
6. Umberslade Park Farm
5. Park Farm, Thornbury
4. Campsbourne School, Hornsey
Wet pour and artificial grass go hand-in-hand in our fourth favourite installation of 2019. Just missing out on the Top Three, this installation brought a pop of colour to Campsbourne School in Hornsey, London.
3. Tooting Primary School
2. Bicester Open Play Spaces
Two relevantly recent JungleMulch installations have made their way to Number Two on our list of Top Ten Installations. We carried out both these installations, featuring WetPour wear pads, in November on behalf of Proludic. We’re sure that the residents of this new housing development in Bicester will love both the play areas, we’re even planning to return to site in the new year get some aerial shots.