Surrey Memorial Hospital wanted to create a safe rooftop retreat for their patients. Marathon was able to provide this by removing the existing uneven flagstones and replacing them with landsafe poured in place recycled rubber surfacing. This created a safe seamless transition from the doorway and throughout the patio. To make this rooftop a true retreat... Learn More
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.
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 sidewalk to different pieces of equipment. Tire Stewardship... Learn More
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 main colour and beige under the equipment. ... Learn More
School District #28 in Quesnel is pleased to finally have their track completely surfaced this September. Four years ago Marathon surfaced the track runway and the district since had been applying for grants in order to have the track completely surfaced. This newly surfaced track now creates a great training facility for the school district and surrounding... Learn More
Trafalgar Middle School, located in Nelson in the beautiful Kootenay’s was another recipient of the Tire Stewardship BC grant. The recycled poured in place rubber surfacing project was installed in September. A great natural design with three different colours was created to enhance their new play equipment.
Fort McMurray is now home to Canada’s largest track facility with over 8700 sq.m of Rekortan full pour track system. In addition to the track, the event areas are; javelin, long jump/triple jump, high jump, hammer discus, shot put, and steeplechase. The two tones of blue look amazing!
Minoru Tennis Courts City of Richmond and the players are more than pleased with the new ‘Nova’ surfacing at their five courts at Minoru Park. A couple of testimonials: “I had the opportunity to play on one of the two open courts last night and I must say it was GREAT! Everyone I spoke to is... Learn More
Ladner Lawn Bowling Club Ladner Lawn Bowling had their grand opening of their new aritifical lawn bowling green on July 7, 2012. Ladner’s club is one of the oldest in BC established in 1917. Marathon was pleased to work with the club on their project converting the grass to artificial turf. The turf is manufactured by Dales Sport... Learn More
Burnaby Mountain Playground City of Burnaby’s popular park on top of Burnaby Mountain next to Horizon’s Restaurant was recently transformed to include a destination for children to play and to experience the beauty of this scenic park. Landsafe recycled rubber poured in place rubber surfacing was installed in a unique pattern to compliment the climbing net. This... Learn More
Woodwards Childcare – Vancouver, BC The re-developed Woodwards heritage building on West Hastings is home to housing, shops and a daycare. Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, the landscape architect designed a natural setting on this rooftop with a custom wood playground structure accompanied by Landsafe poured in place rubber surfacing in green and brown.
The District of North Vancouver was pleased to convert Parkgate fitness area from woodfibre to poured in place. The woodfibre was creating trip hazzards for users of all ages. A new perimeter walking path was also created for a new element to the fitness park. A safe and maintenance free area was the goal for this popular... Learn More