Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2017

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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2017 Specifier's Guide park & recreation 76 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Surfacing / Safety / Tiles See ads on pages 81, 95 Information Request # 9023 Sof Surfaces, Inc. 800-263-2363 duraSAFE rubber playground tiles by sofSURFACES let you build safety from the ground up. For nearly three decades, we have set the standard for safety, durability, and value. Drop tests prove that duraSAFE rubber playground tiles are the safest rubber tiles in the world both when installed and over time. With more than 70% of all playground injuries coming from falls to the surface, duraSAFE protects your investment and the children who play on it. Information Request # 9456 PlayFall 800-663-8724 PlayFall rubber safety tiles require minimal maintenance, will not harbor nails, needles, shards of metal or glass, and will perform for years to come. Playfall Safety Surface System provides peace of mind for the most demanding fall heights. The extra cushioning guarantees safety when children climb to greater heights. See ads on pages 81, 95 Information Request # 9168 Sof Surfaces, Inc. 800-263-2363 You built your fitness facility to last. Protect your investment with duraTRAIN Rubber Fitness Tiles by sofSURFACES. For nearly three decades, we have set the standard for safety, durability and value. Virtually indestructible, duraTRAIN tiles are made for the kind of intensity fitness facilities endure every day. And at 1.25 inches thick, they're the perfect shock and sound insulation solution for upper-level locations. Information Request # 9755 SofSolutions 800-523-8690 Play Matta is a combination of rubber for softness and PVC for stability and durability, this makes Play Matta is the perfect surface for high traffic, high risk and accessible playgrounds.

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