The detectable warning strip was eventually replaced as the front lip was lifting up, creating a potential trip hazard.
The synthetic turf field was rolled out in 18-foot width segments and sewn on site.
constructing the curved edge of the play area
Musco sports lights were installed after the concrete base had sufficiently hardened.
The restroom building came in two pieces and were lifted and set in place.
The Hadrosaur was inspected before it was covered in the sand lot.
the park sign
erecting the play structure
The top of the concrete footings needed to be at top of subgrade, not 12″ above. The contractor eventually made the correction to fully embed the concrete footing.
The Fire Department gave us a pair of old fire hydrants for the dog park on the condition that we paint them so that it would be clear that the hydrants were not “live.” And so, we painted them with Dalmatian dots, not for the dogs but for the fire fighters!
It looked good on the plans, but when the drinking fountain was installed “per plan,” the side with the push button came right up against the chainlink fence. Turning the drinking fountain around involved some serious drilling through the stainless steel mount and concrete base.