No access, steep steps & wet pour surfacing make for a challenging installation

Installing a Gallus Schools Trampoline into existing wet pour

Posted by Abbie Horvath on

Heritage House SEN School in Chesham, Hertfordshire provides education for 70 learners within a neurodiverse group aged 3-19 years, with severe, profound and complex disabilities.

They approached Playgrade for a solution to installing an in-ground trampoline in a little-used play area which already had wet pour surfacing. 

The proposal

With no access for a mini-digger, steep steps, and existing wet pour surfacing this was always going to be a challenging in-ground trampoline installation. 

The installation

Playgrade Trampolines carefully planned the project, which would be a hand dig and excavation of around 12 tonnes of wet pour, rubble and soil via a DIY 'mud-chute'.

The end result

Both staff and children were very pleased with the end result which transformed a little-used area of the school into a fun area for exercise and play.
August 2019
Abbie

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