Massachusetts Playground Projects
The ADA-accessible playground has a forest-themed play structure with a slide, tunnels, and climbers, installed on a safe, eco-friendly and natural wood fiber mulch surface. There is also a shelter with picnic tables and a sheltered stage for performances.
Premier Park & Play provided and installed the playground equipment including slides, swings, ladders and climbers as well as new wood fiber mulch surfacing – all meeting ADA accessibility and ASTM safety standard.
Spring time at the Lucy Winsiowski Park.
Premier Park and Play designed and built a brand new playground with a forest theme for Nonotuck Park in 2015. There is a large wolf-like play structure with a slide running down its middle, slides covered by giant mushrooms, a tree house, swingsets (one with an ADA swing), climbers and plenty of room to run.
Randolph's largest community playground, designed and built by Premier Park and Play, provides a gathering space for children and adults of all abilities to meet, play and create adventures. In summer, Imagination Station refreshes hot kids with splash and play. Six button activated ground level sprinklers and a large flower spray provide just the cooling off they need.
The Joy and Robert Wetzel Center for Children at You, Inc. raised $40K to furnish its kids with a state-of-the art playground. Premier Park and Play assisted with the fundraising, designed and installed a new therapeutic playground with equipment from Meglio Unionland.
The Amesbury Spray Park opened in 2015 with five features. There is a tunnel of brightly colored loops that spray water, a turtle and a lady bug that squirt water around, a carousel of pails that fill up and dump water and a fountain of water coming out of circle of nozzles in the ground.
The new Community Field Playground in Holyoke is one of the largest playgrounds in Western Massachusetts. There are toddler/preschool elements for kids ages 2-5, and a HUGE play structure for the older kids. Each play space has fun look-out towers and there are swings in the middle of the play area.
Students of Milestone Day School were given a plethora of playground components to choose form. They voted on which structures they liked best and ultimately which ones were included in our playground. The final design was a collaboration between Doug and the Milestones staff.
Westfield neighbors volunteered to build this playscape in Whitney Park. The playscape is named after a beloved Westfield police officer who lost his life in the line of duty.