What to Expect
Client Plan Review
Review the plan we present to you. (On the back of the pull-out plan you’ll find a list of the steps we’ll be taking in the design process — We consider dozens of key factors, design parameters, and internal safety guidelines!) You decide what part of the plan to implement, whether all at once or in phases. You choose the type of installation, either turnkey (full GFP) or using volunteers supervised by GFP (supervised option). Payment options and schedules are determined.
Manufacturing and Site Construction
Your project is manufactured here in our factory. Specialized parts or components are obtained and assembled for shipping. Most projects require a six-to-eight week lead time. Equipment is shipped to your site, most often in a dedicated truck to insure the greatest amount of control over the delivery time. Smaller orders might require batching with other shipped materials.
Installation & Site Work
Installation occurs at your site. Constructing a play environment is truly “heavy” construction, so expect the temporary mess and hassle that go with construction. The end-product will be worth it!
GFP can provide final certification inspections, safety seminars, and training for caregivers* on how to get the most educational value from the new playground. These and other services, like maintenance plans, are available at reasonable costs.