We install a variety of playground equipment. Our most popular item is a swing set.
Our Crew (in this Case Prisoners) Works on a Swing Set at the School for the Deaf in Lira, Uganda
Double-wide Swing Set Installed in a Community Park in Shiprock, New Mexico
This same general modular model can be used to construct larger swing sets.
Nine-seat Swing Set at “Raising the Roof” Academy near Masaka, Uganda
Instead of seats, an old tire can be used.
Tire Swing Installed South of Masaka, Uganda
You can also attach a bench to the swing frame.
Swinging Bench in Sacred Valley, Peru
We also install climbing towers.
Metal Climbing Tower with Fireman’s Pole Installed near Calca, Peru
Tire Climbing Tower Installed at a School Near Masaka, Uganda
Installing Two-Tiered Tire Climbing Tower
And climbing poles.
Preparing to Install a Climbing Pole at a New School near Mbale, Uganda
We also install monkey bars and monkey rings.
Monkey Bars Being Installed near Calca, Peru
Arched Monkey Bar Set near Cusco, Peru
Monkey Rings Being Tested by Students at a Mountain School near Urubanba, Peru
Monkey Ring Apparatus Constructed with Fence Poles Located near Bluff, Utah
Teeter totters (aka seesaws) are also popular.
Installation of a Metal Teeter Totter near Calca, Peru
Wood and Metal Teeter Totter Installed at Westwater (Navajo Community near Blanding UT)
Multiple-Arm Teeter Totter in Primary School in Cusco, Peru
In areas with enough land, a downsized soccer/basketball standard can be installed.
A Combination Soccer Goal/Basketball Standard Installed at Urco Primary School, Peru
Tether ball (in this case with a sand-filled sock) is a popular activity on playgrounds.
Tether Ball Unit (Using a Sand-Filled Sock) at Urco Primary School, Peru
Adding mirth to a playground can encourage curious minds.
This Artistic Spider Adds Whimsical Element to a Playground near Blanding UT
Benches are important for relaxing in a playground area.
Bench Constructed of 3″x 12″ Board 6′ Long with Metal Legs
We’ve struggled finding a slide that we like. Plastic slide aren’t generally available, and we don’t like metal (they can become hot) and fiberglass (they sliver). So we’ve settled on the 2-rail design. The kids love them.
Testing a Newly Installed 2-Rail Playground Slide