See the latest PlayNews edition for Interior and Northern BC and learn more about Steve Doyle – your Playground Consultant for this region.
Take a look at his highlighted projects in the area, such as the new and accessible playground in Quesnel or the apple themed play space in Vernon. In addition, this is your chance to check out the latest products that Landscape Structures has to offer, from early childcare playhouses to new and abstract climbing designs.
We do more than just playgrounds – see how we can enhance your play experience by completing it with site furnishing products, or maybe bike racks? A shelter? The list goes on…!
Many of our most important life lessons and skills were learned on the playground when we were kids. That’s why we work so hard to bring play to all children – to make sure our children grow up happy, healthy and engaged in their community. #shapedbyplay
We’re proud to be one of Landscape Structures representatives, they’re leading the way in innovation, quality and design in our industry and it makes a world of difference for our kids. Want to see how? check out their latest video!
Habitat Systems is honoured to be working with the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services, who manage the courthouse lawn where the former Tent City location took place.
The Tent City project is a redevelopment project at the Victoria provincial courthouse grounds, which previously has been occupied as a homeless camp. When the province was able to provide housing to every resident, plans to clean up the site were put into action to revitalize it, including a brand new and exciting playground.
Students have been eagerly awaiting the new playground and some from nearby schools we’re asked to provide input on their favourite playground components and the new Global Motion by Landscape Structures was the clear winner. This new playground and park will create a new feel to the Victoria Courthouse grounds, a space that is functional for all to enjoy.
Habitat Systems was happy to work with Urban Systems to create a natural play space at the Fort St. John’s Child Development Centre. This natural inspired space takes a step back from a typical child’s playground of monkey bars and swings and focuses on the natural elements by incorporating logs and wooden structures to reconnect children with nature through play.
Shasta McCoy, a Landscape Architect from Urban Systems has worked on multiple natural play projects, and states that “As humans we’re just drawn to natural spaces. I love the very beginning of these projects, when you sit down to work and realize the possibilities are kind of endless. Your mind goes in all directions and there’s so much opportunity for creativity and exploration.”
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