Gilbertstone Primary School had a large multi-play activity tower which over time had become rotten and unsafe and as a result was cordoned off from use. They asked us to remove the old rotted play unit - which had a velour carpet underneath - and in its place install something which was similar in design but constructed with new, more sturdy timbers and components and more suitable for the age of the children using it. Following our initial design consultations with the Gilbertstone Primary School management team we built and installed a new Twin Tower multi-play activity unit featuring access steps, a rock wall, linked suspension bridge between the main towers, a fireman’s pole, a net climb and a high quality stainless steel slide. The timbers used throughout the construction were slow-grown Scandinavian 5ths kiln dried redwood with radius corners to prevent splinter hazards and pressure treated with Tanalith® E, carrying a 15 year guarantee against fungal decay and insect attack. To complete the play area we also installed two activity play shop panels and a high quality synthetic grass which included a CFH shock-pad cushioning system underneath. You can see how we transformed the play area at Gilbertstone Primary School by floating your mouse pointer over the image.