St Thomas' Catholic Primary School is a school based in Canterbury, Kent. The school were looking to transform their playground into a new multi-use games area and also create a new daily mile track for their students to enjoy.
Wingham Wildlife Park is Kent's fastest growing wildlife park, nestled just outside the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, in Kent.
SSP were selected to build 2 new play areas as well as an 18-hole adventure golf course.
Dreamland, Margate underwent a £25 million investment and relaunch in 2017. Part of that investment involved the establishment of artificial grass leisure areas for concerts and events as well as landscaping areas around the facilities rides.
The Marlborough School redevelopment in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea delivered alongside arhictect Dixon Jones and Landscapers Macgregor-Smith and in partnership with Mace Construction a total area of 1792 m2 of Artificial Grass and Wet Pour Rubber.
A temporary 3G artificial grass football pitch was required for filming a digital promotion for F2 Freestylers Billy & Jeeza produced by Scott Fleary Productions and filed in London in 2016. SSP 3G Artificial Grass was employed integrating Adidas Logos and Branding.
Part of the clubs ongoing development for members was to programme an upgrading of the condition of the pathways around the clubhouse and to the practice facilities and the first tee as upgrading the practice facilities with a longer term plan to improve further pathways around the course.
The outside play space at Holy Trinity & St Johns Primary School had become outdated and unsafe. The school approached SSP Ltd to help them design, plan and upgrade the area to create a valuable outside space for the children to enjoy and use safely.
The Pink Elephant Park in Jersey is famous on the island because of the iconic pink elephant slide. The parks equipment and play equipment had become outdated with some falling into a state of repair and a revamp of the park was required.
The Governors of St Mary Magdalene CE Primary School understood that their existing tarmac playground was outdated and represented a risk to the children to some extent. They wanted to give the children a modern synthetic grass MUGA that could be used safely for sports and play.
Manby Lodge Infant School had parts of the school grounds that were undulating and suffered from waterlogging during the winter months. As a consequence the areas were left unused and became derelict so much so that parts had to be sectioned off from students.