Rubber Safety Surface Repair, Resurfacing & Recapping

Military Base Playground Poured Rubber Surface Installation

The Fort Drum Military Base is home to the 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army. According to the base, “More than 15,000 military service members and about 3,700 civilian personnel (including contractors) work at Fort Drum, with about 15,000 Family Members living on post or in the local area.” The base offers child care and recreational programs for children including playgrounds. Read More +

Park Playground Resurfacing Project

One of the great benefits to having a poured rubber surface on your playground is that it can easily be repaired or resurfaced in the future. While poured rubber is a long-lasting, virtually maintenance free surface for all playgrounds, it doesn’t last forever. Read More +

School & Church Playground Renovation Project

St. Nicholas School and Church in the urban area of Chicago, Illinois, was undergoing a major renovation project between the church and school. They contacted adventureTURF to help with the playground renovation project surfacing portion. In this particular case, they were pressed for time. A brief window of time was made available to plan, prepare, and install the playground surfacing for the campus day care center. As the buildings and grounds were complete, adventureTURF installed a beautiful new poured rubber safety surface underneath the school’s playground area and equipment. Read More +

Replace Woodchips with ADA Compliant Playground Floor

Many communities and schools in the United States are replacing existing woodchip playground surfaces with new ADA compliant playground floor. Institute of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Washington, DC, is no exception. Woodchips are simply not a safe playground surface for children to play on—not to mention the fact that it is nearly impossible for children with disabilities to navigate the play area. (We wrote about playground woodchips here.) Read More +