Winter Newsletter

All kids want to play.  Lets give all kids the opportunity to be included in play.  Rubberized surfacing opens the door for inclusive activities for all kids with physical challenges.

Marathon has worked closely with therapists to help design playground surfacing which will provide easy access and easy mobility within the playground.

Wood fibre and all other loose fibre surfaces are not accessible for children with wheelchairs or walking aids (please see video below). If you are designing a playground, think not only of the equipment, think about how the surfacing can be part of an inclusive play environment.

Blue Mountain Park - Coquitlam

Nature meets play with this natural concept park located at one of Coquitlam's most popular and beautiful parks.  The colours of the recycled rubber surfacing were carefully selected to create the natural feel and elements of nature.  50% colour 50% black colour blend combinations were choosen, with green being the ...

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Holly Park - Surrey

Surrey Parks is home to yet another accessible park.  Holly Park in North Surrey was transformed into a beautifully re-designed park including new playground equipment and surfacing.  Both poured in place recycled rubber surfacing and wood fibre were stratigically planned and installed to allow easy transition from the paved ...

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