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Common Ground

Lakeland, FL USA

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Playground Overview

Set imaginations on fire with this inclusive fire station-themed playstructure for kids ages 5 to 12. Kids can interact with the fire engine in addition to other interactive panels. Plus playground climbers and slides deliver challenge and fun at every turn throughout the playground design. Best of all, there's a firehouse dog, sculpted from concrete, welcoming kids and families to the start of the playground.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • January 2010
  • Project Price Range

  • Pricing for custom playground equipment varies. For international and exact pricing, please contact your local playground consultant.

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video of custom Common Ground fire station themed playground in Lakeland Florida.

[video: scene begins with an aerial view of the entire park area. Shifts aerial focus to custom fire truck and station play structure. Kids climb on fire truck portion. The camera focuses on a DigiFuse panel printed with the Lakeland Fire Department shield. Scene fades to a ground level view of the fire truck and station play structure. Scene switches to a side view of a young girl scooching across custom roller table that's lined with fireman ladders on each side of the table. Camera switches to an elevated view of the play structure. Camera switches to a boy looks through yellow periscope. Scene switches to a young girl standing on the playground decking as she talks to the camera about her favorite parts of the playground.]

Girl: My favorite is the red slide. [video: young girl slides down Roller Slide with her arms raised in the air.]

Girl: Because it makes you go up and down when you're going down the slide.

[video: the camera pans across the side of the fire truck structure where kids peak through and over the window cutouts.]

[girl 1 shouts through window:] We're the fire fighters!

[video: scene switches to a side view of the fire station play structure. Scene switches to kids as they take turns climbing through the Roller Table. Camera switches to young boy sliding down SpyroSlide. Camera switches to a view across the play area of the back of a girl looking through a Periscope Panel. Scene switches to a DigiFuse panel teaching kids about the noise of a fire truck. The panel reads: Have you hear this sound before? Get out of the way! Fire Truck air horns are used to forewarn other vehicles and people on the road that a truck is approaching.]

[video: a sensor on the panel lights up and makes fire truck noises.]

Boy 1: That's a fire truck!

[video: scene switches to a boy standing on the back side of the DigiFuse panel. The boy points to a solar panel on the back of the DigiFuse panel.]

Boy 2: This is a solar panel, and if you haven't already done the sound thingy it's what keeps this thing charged.

[video: Scene switches to a mother and daughter rocking back and forth on a Seesaw together. The camera focuses on the daughter as she wipes her hair away from her face while sitting on the Seesaw. Camera switches to a view of a playground roof labeled with a panel reading: Common Ground. Scene switches to a view down a sidewalk leading to a pergola shade structure in the center of the park. Scene switches to a PlayBooster playground. Camera switches to a view across the park of a Evos playground. Scene switches to a view over rock landscape of a tunnel incorporated through a small hill in the center of the park. The camera zooms in on the tired sides of the hill where children walk across the artificial grass. Scene switches to a young girl playing music on the Rhapsody Grandioso Chimes. Scene switches to a view of the back side of a metal face surrounding the PlayBooster playground running along the edge of the hillside landscape. Scene switches to kids climbing on a Lunar Blast pyramid shaped net climber. The camera focuses on a young girl as she climbs on the ropes of the Lunar Blast. Camera switches to an older boy as he climbs up the ropes of the climber. Scene fades to a toddler sitting on a Seesaw as a parent holds onto the girl’s handhold to control the Seesaw. Scene switches to a boy sticking his face through the face hole of a firefighter body panel and grins at the camera. Scene fades to a young boy sitting on top of a Dalmatian statue. Scene fades to a young boy as he waves from fire truck window. Scene fades to a hillside with a horizontal inclined cargo net climber. A young girl standing next to the climber at the top of the hill waves to the camera. Screen goes black with the Landscape Structures logo in the center of the screen. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a red ribbon undulating above the text landscape structures. Text below the logo reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]   

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Rep Services logo made of four lighter green squares making up a window shape. White silhouetted images fill each square, one with a girl swinging on a swing, a gazebos roof, a playground slide, and a bench. Text below reads Rep Services, Experts at Play & Outdoor Spaces.

Rep Services, Inc.
165 W Jessup Ave
Longwood, FL 32750
USA
Phone 407-831-9658
sales@repservices.com
www.repservices.com

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