Lions Park – Port Coquitlam

  New life has been given to Lions Park in Port Coquitlam. Previously enjoyed and loved by the community as a unique tire park, residents of the area were hoping that the tires would remain as a play element in the revitalized park. Van Der Zalm and Associates repurposed the tires in their unique design as planters, and... Learn More

Hamilton Community Centre – Richmond

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

John Norquay Elementary School Playground

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