With a wealth of industry knowledge and experience at our disposal, we can guarantee that we will be able to help with any aspect of playground design, installation and management. Previous clients for our Playground Consultancy work have included Local Authorities, Parish Councils and Manufacturers. Whether you are looking for site specific playground inspection checklists, full site risk assessments, help with equipment selection or just some general play area advice we will provide you with a fixed fee quotation for any areas of work that may interest you.
Not enough time to manage your Playground Project? Why not call on the Play Inspection Company for some assistance?
Initially working with you to develop a detailed specification of your requirements, we will then obtain quotations on your behalf, whilst at the same time following your normal tender procedures. Once we have obtained quotes, we will meet again to discuss the suitability, and once you are completely happy with the design we will manage your project through to completion, efficiently managing the Contracting side to ensure a smooth and painless transition from start to finish. And just to make sure, we'll carry out a Post Installation Inspection and issue a report to add to your records for the play area!
Thanks to our contacts within the industry, you can rest assured that we will be able to deliver competitive rates and excellent service to undertake your projects.
News & Events
March 2017 RPII Operational Inspectors Course - Dorset
The Play Inspection Company are planning a two day RPII accredited Operational Inspection Course on the 29th & 30th March 2017. To register an interest in the course please contact Linda Dominey on 01202 590675 (email@example.com)
Tragic School Playground Accident and Prosecution
A tragic incident at a Hertfordshire school has once again highlighted the importance of play equipment owners and operators maintaining their equipment in safe working order.
Toxic paint levels at playgrounds, research suggests
A study has found that paint used on playground equipment contains high amounts of lead - up to 40 times recommended levels - posing a significant risk to young children.