From Planning To Installation

  • Design review/design digital files/layouts/ team meeting for project
  • Revision process with client (email proofs)
  • Welding/fitting/construction of project (6-8 weeks from Purchase Order)
  • Final assembly/fitment/paint
  • Shipping to site, coordination of on-site crane for placement and site measurement/layout
  • Site welding, if any
  • Site review with client, final inspection and sign off on project.


We are happy to bid on your installation. Using your design intentions, site plan and budget information we will proceed to build you the best possible product.


Did you like the dimensioned site plan and 3D renderings we sent you?


We stock enough material in-house so we don’t have to wait once you give us the green light.


With CNC tube benders, high-frequency plasma cutting tables and almost every saw imaginable, plus high-quality galvanized steel products, there’s nothing we can’t build.


Once the cut parts are assembled and tacked into place, final measurements and last minute prep work is completed.


Hand cleaned before primer coat, our UV- and graffiti-resistant electrostatic paint system from PPG ensures a very long-lasting finish on each and every structure. We even include a can of each color for you in case a little touch-up is required.


We take great care placing each assembly for shipping; anywhere you see big rigs, we can send our product.


After one last check, we’re finally ready; your new playground has been successfully installed! You’ll be receiving a follow up call from our office to make sure everything is exactly the way you want it.

What Happens After The Project Is Finished?


Maintenance & Inspection

Inspection and maintenance are priorities after purchasing play equipment. In terms of budgeting, these activities can be more important than the purchase itself, for the following reasons:
(a) The cost of maintenance;
(b) The cost of repair;
(c) The cost of inspection

Vandalism & Repairs

Vandalism and repairs should be considered in the buying process. Special attention should be paid to quality and material durability.
There is an Engineering term used to evaluate the cost of maintenance and time. It is called Lowest Level Cost to Customer (LLCC).
Clause 11.3.3 on P.17 – A detailed inspection shall be performed every month, and the results and actions taken shall be entered in a permanent record available for examination.
We will use a life cycle over a 20 year period – based on fact you still have some of my 20 year old All WELDED structures still standing.
Time to inspect a structure – 4 decks-2 slides-3 climbers – stair.
All welded Inspection -15 minutes (no collars or clamps) x $80.00/hour = $20.00 x 50 parks = $1000.00/month.
Clamp and Collar System – 60 minutes to inspect x $80.00/hr = $80.00 x 50 parks = $4000.00/month.
A difference of $3000.00/month x 12 months = $36,000.00 per year x 20 years = $720,000.00
The cost consideration is substantial. But the real savings is the SAFETY factor. No string entanglement And no bars becoming loose, which is the real advantage of All WELDED construction.