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12.06.2012 - Ausgabe: 3/2012

Timberplay bring leading wheeled sport solution to the UK

Timberplay have further strengthened their offering for Urban Spaces and Public Places by joining forces with Concrete, the German owned Skate Park specialists.

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This new partnership complements Timberplay’s existing product and design ethos and sits alongside another new partnership with Spanish Street Furniture company, Santa & Cole. Concrete Skate represents the highest design and construction quality of Wheeled Sport Areas. Using modular, pre-fabricated concrete enables the creation of bespoke parks in infinite combinations. These units can be combined imaginatively to fit any space, being built with no influence from the elements, having anchored coping & edge protectors plus superior coating. All this contributes to excellent riding conditions and yields maximum enjoyment for the user. With a strong reputation, Concrete have built many exciting and challenging parks, often heralded as some of the best in Europe.
Joanne Sheridan, Head of Marketing & Public at Timberplay comments on this new alliance: “At Timberplay we take pride in enhancing external environments by offering the best products, design and project delivery. Our Richter range is recognised as play equipment of the highest quality, Santa & Cole represents the best in European Street Furniture and Concrete’s unique approach makes their skate, BMX & rolling blading parks world leaders. We are delighted with this new partnership and look forward to introducing this new concept in Skate to the UK market.”
Further details on Timberplay and their partner companies can be found on www.timberplay.com. For more information please call 0114 282 3474.
 

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