Landscape Architect & Specifier News

OCT 2016

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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L A S N p ro d u c t p re v i e w 50 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Miracle PlaySystems For over 20 years, Bison Deck Supports have been used to build level decks on rooftops, terraces, and plazas. Their unique screw-to-adjust design enables precise adjustments and quick installation creating attractive, level decking surfaces. Modular Bison systems offer exclusive features that simplify installation, future maintenance, and/or modifications. Bison products are sustainable – offering LEED credits, recycled content and FSC certified products. Matt McClaugherty, VP Sales & Marketing Bison Innovative Products 2395 W. 4th Ave., Denver, CO 80223 1-800-333-4234 Bison Innovative Products Creating Rooftop Environments Information Request # 679 A Community Effort While the San Mateo Department of Parks and Recreation provided the majority of the funding for a new park, the citizens have made donations to turn this community dream into a reality. The City of San Mateo Parks and Recreation Foundation asked citizens to consider donating the cost of a piece of equipment or to contribute to the project development through the purchase of a commemorative brick. The campaign proved to be successful and many community members jumped at the opportunity to purchase commemorative bricks which Miller Company designed into the entry plaza paving. Miracle Playsystems is the leading play equipment design, distribution, and specialty contracting firm in Northern and Central California, providing public agencies and architects with unique and stunning design solutions. For more information about Miracle Playsystems visit: For a video of the new Beresford Park visit: Miracle PlaySystems P.O. Box 263 Alamo, CA 94507 1-800-879-7730 Information Request # 678 Beresford Park, San Mateo, CA: One-of-a-kind playground eight years in the making

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