Typically, BMS install playground surfaces through a wet pour system (similar to that of concrete) leaving a seamless, strong and long lasting surface. Additional methods of playground surfacing include modular long run rolls, tiles, impact landing pads and honeycomb matting.
To date, BMS have facilitated many playgrounds with their safety surfacing options. Such examples of their surfacing potential can be found at the Don Buck Primary School (377m²), Rotorua Lake Front (800m²), Waiouru School (290m²), Green Park School (255m²) and a wide variety of other installations.
The key benefits of BMS wet pour system include its strength, durability, non-slip properties, eco-friendliness (100% NZ recycled product), as well as extensive colour range options.
Although the wet pour system is most commonly applied in the playground domain, the use and potential applications of this product are almost endless.
Over the past few years, BMS have witnessed a substantial increase in the popularity of this product outside the playground market. Examples include areas that require quiet, durable, non slip properties such as horse trucks/floats/stables, dairy milking sheds, threshold ramps, high impact areas such as anti-fatigue zones and steps, and many other customer specific installations.