The setting of Summit Street Park is situated where the old high school used to be at the corner of 10th Street and Summit Street in beautiful Evanston, Wyoming. The playground sits nestled under the mature trees that have been carefully preserved to survive demolition and new construction.
The PlayCraft playground sytem and independent equipment; Large Boulder Stack, Stand-up Spinner, Spinner Bowl and Neutron Spinner are balanced by the Dynamo rock called the White-Horn Mountain. The structure features duo racing slides, the extremely popular Gyro-Spinner, Conifer Climber, and more.
From LuckyDog Construction Manager, CJ Stoddard: “I liked the flow-motion on this job. From start to finish everything was perfect. The play equipment arrived on time.
The rock which came on a different carrier was on time too. Rarely do we have a missing part with PlayCraft Systems – so of course all the parts were there. The entire job was fluid. It’s a beautiful playground”.
From LuckyDog Service Manager, Nicole Stoddard: “It’s always rewarding to hear that the project finishes as well as it begins. The playground purchase is only half the job. Because we offer the great equipment and provide our own quality installation service, we can make and deliver on promises to our customers”.
The Summit Street Park Playground project was finished on schedule as promised and in time for an important Back-to-School night picnic.
Purchasing Agent and Facilities Director for Uinta County School District, Dan Selleroli said, “The crew was amazing. The minute they left the playground it was covered with kids”.
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