Families in the Long Beach, CA, area can now enjoy an inclusive playground experience in Lincoln Park. Part of the large-scale revitalization happening at the Long Beach Civic Center, the City wanted a play experience that was aesthetically beautiful, fun, inclusive, and accessible.
SpectraTurf is thrilled to have been a part of a million-dollar project at LEGOLAND® CALIFORNIA RESORT that gets between 10,000-20,000 guests per day! Named Ninjago Training Camp, this 10,000 square foot site was originally a water ride. After 15,000 tons of base, a whole lot of teamwork, and a year of permitting and construction - the one and only Ninjago Training Camp is now open! This water-ride turned playground is tucked away in LEGOLAND’s Ninjago World and the reviews from Ninjas have been overwhelmingly positive with hundreds of social media likes and thousands of comments about how much kids love the new space.
Project Features and Challenges
Working within an active amusement park creates a number of challenges with a lot of moving parts. It was essential to coordinate and navigate all logistics involved for project success. Along with project partners PPSI and Playcraft Systems, Inc., the SpectraTurf crew was up for all the challenges they faced, from time limitations to mobilization restrictions. SpectraTurf’s crew installed its flagship poured-in-place 50/50 SpectraPour system, chosen for its UV stable aliphatic binder with proven durability and color retention. The client was very happy with the uniformity and consistency of the rubber supplied for their chosen blue & black and beige & black surface and commented on the incredible work ethic of the installation team. The Ninjago Training Camp launched in January of this year to the delight of thousands of young Ninjas. SpectraTurf was proud to play a part in this fun and exciting project.
You can count on the experts at SpectraTurf to make your dream playground a reality. No matter the level of detail in your design, we can make it happen! Contact us to get the conversation started.