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Regency Park

Model Number
C14-10
Area Required
17.5m x 12.2m (58' x 40')
Recommended Ages
5-12 years
Features
balancing activities, ground level activities, slides, upper body activities, varied climbers
Benefits
foot-eye co-ordination, gross motor skills, lower body strength, upper body strength
Format Shown
ImpPlay

This stylish design combines our ever-popular stainless steel slides with the contemporary Network and Tangent from our uPlay series. Kids can enjoy both platform play as well as ground level activities. Fresh colours and contemporary floating roof add extra flair.

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Everything We Dreamed Of
"We came to Blue Imp with the goal of creating a playground that was accessible and playable for our young student with cerebral palsy. Blue Imp toured sites with us, showed us the possibilities and designed a structure that is fun and exciting for all our students. It’s everything we dreamed of." Rachel Schortinghuis — Barnwell School Playground Committee
Hassle-free from Start to Finish
"When you are building a large-scale project, customer service is number one. Blue Imp worked with us hand in hand. They responded to our questions immediately, discussed options, explained all the details and guided us through the project from planning right through to the installation. The whole process was hassle-free from start to finish." Delburne Futures Committee
Play for All
"We are really happy with the new Blue Imp playground that was designed and built at our school by BDI Play Designs. We are a large school with over 500 students all of whom love to get outside and be active during recess times. Our new inclusive playground is great in that it is designed to ensure that ALL students can get on the playground. BDI designed the park with ALL students in mind and ensured that every student no matter what their abilities can play with their friends. Our new playground ensures that no students are left on the sidelines." Chris Good — Principal, École Barrie Wilson School