Pacific Play Systems Announces Completion of Playground Equipment Installations in Santa Ana, CA and Plans for New Installations in San Marcos and Lake Tamarisk.
Pacific Play Systems, Inc. will soon begin the installation phase for two new projects, one at the San Elijo Park in San Marcos and one at the Desert Center Community Center in Lake Tamarisk. For the San Elijo Park project, Pacific Play will replace the park’s existing playground equipment with two new custom-designed treehouse-themed playgrounds, one playground for the 2-5 age-group and one for the 5-12 age-group. Designed with predominantly natural woodland colors (brown, green, and tan), in addition to traditional play components, each structure will contain a variety of treehouse-inspired components, including a log slide, log climber, ranger station, stump climber and more. A fabric roof canopy will be installed over the 2-5 play structure, while a similar roof will be installed over a new sandbox, also to be provided by Pacific Play. Engineered wood fibers resilient surfacing will be used for safety surfacing for the new equipment, along with a new custom sandbox with perimeter seating.
For the Desert Center project, Pacific Play Systems will install a new custom-designed Playcraft playground, a single post swing set, and a freestanding “Stand-n-Spin”. The play system has been designed for children ages 2-12 and, like the new San Elijo playgrounds, will feature natural woodland colors. Both projects are expected to be completed in the month of May.
The company recently supplied two custom Playcraft play structures to the Santa Ana Unified School District which were installed by the school district’s contractor at Fremont Elementary School. Both structures were designed for the age group of 5-12 year olds and contained multiple slides, balance beams, climbers and overhead components. Currently, the company has several other projects scheduled for installation in Temecula, Carlsbad, San Diego, Del Mar, Poway, Los Angeles, Hawthorne and other communities within southern California, according to Elizabeth Bemanian, company Vice President.
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