Urban Adventure Course. Our clients wanted to move away from traditional playground equipment with this custom fabricated climbing structure.
This unique setup includes a Tire Climb, Small Slide & Stairs, Wiggly Bridge, Tree Lookout, Net Climb Crawl, Tube Slide, Sky Bridge, Plank Bridge and a Flat Net Crawl.
Stay Tooned - In collaboration with the Cartoon Network and the Atlanta Braves, we developed the design, fabricated, and installed this 50-foot tall façade for “Tooner Field” at Turner Field in downtown Atlanta.
The façade features the colorful homes of Cartoon Network’s most popular characters, making it an attractive destination for the entire family!
Dimensional Domination - Constructed out of wood, steel and fiberglass, this interactive robot stands over 16-feet tall. Of course he’s at a Braves game, so he needs a bat and ball.
Kids love Dexter! Kids love robots! Kids really love Dexter AND robots together, especially when it’s a robot Dexter built himself in his very own laboratory!
Runs on Refreshment
The existing stadium displays a replica of a 19th century locomotive and linked coal tender car filled with oranges and so it was only fitting that our designers incorporate a smaller stylized version of the train into Squeeze Play.
While the kids are probably too busy having fun, it's nice to know that it provides a link to Houston's rich history (and for some reason, you think a tall, cold glass of Minute Maid orange juice would really hit the spot).
Imaginary Friends - This area based on Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends. Kids can create their own imaginary friends based on art of character parts from the show.
Home Sweet Home
Rotate the spindles to choose your friends. Literally. You can make new friends. This place is home to the best friends you can think of…
Taste Something Great - This Squeeze Play play area is an excellent opportunity for Minute Maid to give back to the community while reinforcing their brand.
More Fun Than You Can Imagine
Internally lit, this archway identifies the entrance and supports the brand awareness of Minute Maid.
Cool Control Console - Kids love to push buttons and levers. It’s a scientific fact. It’s even more fun when they cause cool things to happen like flashing lights and fun sounds.
You’re in the driver’s seat
One of the favorite features is a voice modulator. You speak into the microphone and as you move the lever, it distorts your voice in all sorts of funny ways.
Tower of Power - The “Sound Tower” is one of two ten-foot interactive features we designed and built for the children’s Sensory Garden at a local shopping area.
Around the inside perimeter of the tower there are a variety of percussion and wind instruments such as chimes, batonkas, gongs, washboard rasps, cowbells, whistles and horns that children find irresistible.
All Systems Are GO! - Our client wanted this play area to be educational as well as a place to be active. So we incorporated questions and answers about space along with other activities to exceed their expectations.
A Space to Explore
The rocket slide has an internal light effect that projects rotating moons and stars onto the blue body. This animation helps attract kids to this "out of this world" area.
Splatter up - The Squeeze Play "Splatting Cage" pops up a ball of water that you try to hit out of the park!
Now that's refreshing!
Of course, if you do hit a home run, the "ball" of water splats and cools you off at the same time. Kids love it!
Sensory Garden - Looking for an unusual rainy day ‘shop-and-play’ activity for you and your preschooler? You’ll find rain is welcomed at the new Sensory Garden in Redmond’s Towne Center Mall.
Fantasy Island for kids
Music, science, nature and water themes are explored in this unique outdoor play area, making the Sensory Garden a perfect new rainy day activity for you and your preschooler!
You make the call - One way to have fun while waiting in line for the batting cage is to be the Umpire! While the graphics explain how calls are made, you can place your face into an Umpire mask and see the balls coming at you; real time.
Good eye! Good eye!
This feature lets you experience what it's like to have that ball coming right for you, while you are fully protected behind a real mask. You'll soon find out that their job is not as easy as it looks, is it?
Tree-riffic! - This play area, located in the Center Court of the Yorktown Center mall, consists of a giant 40-foot tall, 5-ton artificial Oak tree.
For Growing Customers
Nestled around the trunk and limbs of the tree are 3 elevated tree houses, spiral slide, animated critters and a giant, climbable caterpillar, as well as park-like tables and seating.
Designated hitter - How cool would it be to climb through a huge baseball bat while burning off steam at the ball park? Very cool. That's why we incorporated one into the four story play structure we built.
This gigantic bat and "orange" baseball are just two of the many features in Squeeze Play; and it's an added bonus that you can climb into the baseball too! Want to know how big "gigantic" is? Just look at it. The bat is huge!
Push, bop, press and bang! - Kids will come away with a much better understanding of how rain affects the environment and our food chain by testing out the Frog Guiro, Tubulum, Chimasaurus, rainmaker, water wheel, whale drums, gongs, xylophones, giant bongos and tubular bells on the two fourteen-foot Rain and Sound towers.
Don't forget your earplugs!
Making noise is what it's all about, so your preschoolers can be as loud as they'd like.
Let it Rain
We designed and fabricated this “Rain Tower” with the climate of the Pacific Northwest in mind. The canopy collects rainwater which is directed through chutes toward the interactive features of the tower.
Turn on the water works
Within the tower, a kinetic labyrinth of tubes, dishes, and spouts carry water from the top of the tower to a catch basin in the floor. The path of the water may be manipulated with a series of levers which control the direction of the tubes and spouts.
Here’s the pitch
Standing on a pitcher’s mound graphic the kids have a fair shot at hitting their target with a soft foam ball.
Step right up!
What you don’t see in this image is the long line of kids eager to take their turn. Kids will wait very patiently if they know they’ll get to throw stuff and not get in trouble.