The existing surfacing at Marina Park, located in the Town of Comox, was replaced with Marathons LANDSAFE poured in place rubber safety surfacing. Marathons creative and well thought out design helped to bring the splash pad and playground together, as well as adding to the marine theme of the park.
Senator Reid Elementary, located in North Surrey, has a brand new accessible playground! Dedicated volunteers from the Surrey community saw that this school was in dire need of a new playground and organized and fundraised to make it happen. Marathon Surfaces is proud to have been able to contribute a portion of the rubber surfacing... Learn More
This playground located on New Westminster’s waterfront has been fully renovated. The original river theme was updated and includes 3 small tug boats appearing to be hauling a loaded barge. the “barge” is constructed of LANDSAFE pour in place rubber surfacing in primary colours and includes climbing elements sich as handholds and horizontal stepping ledges.
Beaconsfield Park located on Slocan Street, recently received a much needed renovation as a part of the Vancouver Parks Board revitalization project. This playgorund surfacing features LANDSAFE rubber safety surfacing and rubber play mounds in 100% colour.
Working closely with the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Marathon Surfaces installed the playground at Raycam Community Centre. This project was a unique renovation of an existing playground which included LANDSAFE poured in place surfacing in vibrant colours, artificial turf, and a custom wooden play structure by Dirks Natural Playgrounds, built around a large... Learn More
This impressive 5,000sqft playground located in Bridle Ridge Park, in the heart of a new residential development in Maple Ridge, is sure to quickly become a top destination playground. This playground offers a fun circle PIP rubber design in striking colours which encourages movement from place to place… hop, skip and jump your way around... Learn More
Devin Knight, crew foreman for Marathon Surfaces, re-created an artists rendition of a First Nations inspired salmon for Maffeo Sutton Park in Nanaimo, BC. A stencil was painstakingly drawn and cut out over several days followed by the careful addition of pour in place (PIP) rubber inlaid into the stencil. Devin’s incredible artistry and creativity enables Marathon... Learn More
The principal of Simon Fraser Elementary wanted the design of the new rubber surfacing to reflect the natural environment found in Vancouver. Marathon delivered with this nature inspired theme, design details include, boulder hopscotch, swimming salmon, bear family and mountains!
The City of Abbostsfords plan to make this park accessible to all included the addition of this inclusive playground. The pour in place rubber safety surfacing was installed using vibrant colours and interesting design features. These design elements include a birds eye view of boats floating on a river. To increase the play value and... Learn More
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.
Built to honour West Shore RCMP Constable Sarah Beckett, this Langford playground was designed in striking RCMP colours by Bob Lilly, Attentus Landscape Architecture. Mounds and jumping elements in a variety of sizes encourage movement in this lively space.
Play Value Galore! This unique playground located in Coquitlam includes handholds, slope play and climbing features. All these elements add exceptional interest and play opportunities increasing the play value of the entire space. This play space was designed by ISL Engineering.
Ryall Spray Park located in New Westminster has been totally revitalized! Marathon Surfaces brought to life the meticulously designed drawing of one of the City’s landscape architects. By installing our Landsafe rubber surfacing in a combination of sealed and porous systems we were able to create a lazy river effect. 3D Design features include animated ... Learn More
Poirier Park, located in Coquitlam, BC was designed with maximizing the play value of the rubber surfacing in mind. Marathon’s in house designer incorporated 3D rubber elements to promote creative and imaginative play opportunities. These playful design features included an anthill, raised tomato mounds, animated winged insects and meandering roadway. Playground equipment was supplied by... Learn More