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The contract includes a framework for corrective maintenance and performing repairs to playground equipment and playgrounds within the municipality of Haarlemmermeer.
Almost 22 years later, the wooden playground equipment started to splinter, swings started to break, and the structure simply wasn't safe for Duncan residents.
The Earth-friendly playground equipment was an important consideration for us," said Holtschneider.
Pupils at Overfields Primary School in Ormesby, Middlesbrough, have set about collecting this year's tokens with a keen eye on all the different playground equipment they could buy with their share of the Wish Campaign fund.
Pre-school supplies and playground equipment continue to feature at the show
Most product lines can be easily modified, allowing one piece of playground equipment to be switched with another.
New playground equipment will be added and placed where the present basketball court is located, behind the former School Street School.
Arad Fort Park: Playground equipment have been broken for years and restroom facilities are disgusting.
Lead levels in paint on playground equipment were measured in situ using a portable, hand-held Thermo Scientific NITON XLP 700 Series X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyser.
We want to raise as much money as possible so we can provide our pupils with new playground equipment.
The digital playground equipment will be the first of its kind on the East Coast and represents the most advanced outdoor gaming system in the country.
EP is pleased to partner with the International Playground Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) in offering EP readers information about accessible playground equipment makers from across the United States.
Headteacher Phil Thomas said the event would help pay for the visit of Father Christmas to the school with the rest being spent on playground equipment.
If the property is acquired, the state of Arkansas will cover the purchase price and approximately $75,000 to upgrade the space with new playground equipment and renovations.
Ugly is also in retreat at Lorne Street Elementary School in Northridge, where rusty metal playground equipment has been replaced with colorful kid-safe equipment.