Sunderland Schools Pathfinder Project Progress Report

Brambledown are working at several school sites in Sunderland as Part of Sunderland City Councils Pathfinder Scheme which involves the construction and rennovation of several play areas around the city.

pathfinder playgroundBrambledown are undertaking works on several sites at Easington, Southwick, Millfield and Easington Lane. The contracts are being managed by Brmbledowns Jeff Minto (CM)

Works by Brambledown to various sites in Sunderland include:

  • Earthworks
  • Soiling Works
  • Tarmac Footpaths
  • Bark Trail Paths
  • Impact Absorbing surfacing - Installed br Brambledown to cover all areas surrounding play equipment as part of the design.
  • Installation of various Items of play equipment including swings, seesaws, climbing frames, roundabouts, toddler towers and Mobilus units.
  • Site furniture Equipment such as HAGS play equipment, seats etc.
  • Planting of Trees and Shrubs including irrigation tubes, stakes and fertilizer
  • Top Dressing
  • Mulching
  • Stone Picking
  • Cultivation and Seeding Works
  • Railings and fencing
  • Tarmac Footpaths
  • Removal of existing Equipment
  • Rennovation works to exisiting Equipment on Certain sites

 

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