The Tire Stewardship BC fully funded this vibrant and beautiful new playground in Surrey. This playground is in memory of Don Blythe, TSBC Chairman of the Board. Playful design elements include animated rabbit, bee and 3 dimensional fish, tomatoes and boulders.
W.E. Kinvig Elementary School located in an under privileged community in Surrey, after 3 years of arduous fundraising, have a brand new inclusive play space for children of all abilities. Three local women made it their mission to give these children a fully accessible playground. Marathon Surfaces along with the Tire Stewardship of BC, Swing... Learn More
Tucked away in a quiet family neighbourhood in Parksville is Foster Park, now home to an extensively renovated playground. Pea gravel was replaced with pour in place recycled rubber safety surfacing in waves of blue, green and grey. Desired design elements were enhanced through the creativity of the Marathon Surfaces design team and talented installers,... Learn More
The City of Coquitlam faced some challenges while planning Hockaday community playground. They were looking for options to surface over existing hill side boulders that were too large to remove but presented a safety hazard if they were to remain. Marathon Surfaces surfaced the hillside, along with the boulders, in Landsafe pour in place recycled rubber safety... Learn More
Hamilton Community Centre in East Richmond recently installed a new playground through RecTec Industries. In co-operation with RecTec, Marathon Surfaces supplied and installed Landsafe pour in place recycled rubber safety surfacing. This created a low maintenance, and fully accessible play surface for the busy community centre as well as the adjacent Hamilton Elementary School. Rubber mounds in... Learn More
Through the dedication of its PAC members and grant funding received through the BC Tire Stewardship, John Norquay Elementary School was able to provide its students with an accessible playground. Marathon installed pour in place recycled rubber safety surfacing in natural colours with hints of vibrant red. Incorporated into the surfacing are culturally inspired and diverse design elements, an Asian inspired hopscotch dragon,... Learn More
Bob Dailey Stadium, which is a hub for athletics in the region, recently replaced their 30 year old track surfacing. Marathon installed Spurtan BV system on the track and Rekortan M99 in adjacent event areas. This project was a recipient of the BC Tire Stewardship grant.
Prince Charles Park located minutes from the City of Kamloops is now enjoying a fully accessible playground, thanks to the installation of Landsafe poured in place recycled rubber safety surfacing. The Marathon Surfaces team designed and installed this vibrant seascape design. The free flowing edge mimics the look of a sandy beach as well as mirroring the wood fibre... Learn More
The City of Penticton in partnership with Greyback Construction wanted to revitalize their popular Lakeshore Drive waterfront. They decided to include Landsafe poured in place recycled rubber surfacing for their multi use pathway. A neutral beige was chosen for the path and a natural green for the edge to mimic the look of grass. The rubber surfacing poured... Learn More
The 39 Acre Community Park lives up to its name and remains a gathering place and site for many events and festivals. With the Parksville Lions Club contributing funds and efforts, and the Tire Stewardship BC Grant, the revitalization of this popular oceanfront park on Vancouver Island was made possible. Landsafe poured in place recycled rubber... Learn More
Pacific Institute of Sports Excellence, located at the Campus of Camosun College in Victoria, is excited to have a new outdoor training area and runway for their high performance athletes. Spurtan BV, an elite track surfacing, was installed in vibrant blue.
Bayly Park is located in the heart of the old Whistler Olympic Village off Legacy Way. It was developed by the Municipality of Whister in conjuction with Space2place Design. The free-flowing nature of the design element was acheived using landsafe poured in place recycled rubber safety surfacing.This project was a recipient of the BC Tire Stewardship grant.
The beautiful Village of Granisle, located approximately 325km north of Prince George on pristine Babine Lake, is proud to have a newly developed park for the active members of their community. A large transformation project of the open space at Centennial Square turned into a usable park setting with new landscape design and a 750m squared... Learn More
City of Kelowna wanted a maintenance free solution for the tree wells that lined their busy sidewalks. Landsafe provided a maintenance free, porous, recycled rubber solution. For high traffic areas this application is ideal as it provides a safe and seamless transition for pedestrians.
Powell River school district is home to a brand new state of the art school which will be opening soon. there was a strong focus on using recycled materials through the build. Landsafe poured in place recycled rubber safety surfacing was selected for the playground surfacing. The school district was also a recipient of the... Learn More
BC Ferries recently converted their playground safety surfacing from wood chips to poured in place recycled rubber safety surfacing. This provided a more accessible and low maintenance alternative to this busy tourist hub. Marathon created a unique design incorporating west coast marine animals, kelp and the ocean.