Creating happier and healthier communities

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Creating happier and healthier communities

KOMPAN's mission is to provide cities and municipalities with durable, low-maintenance outdoor activity areas that add ample amounts of fitness and fun as well as a strong sense of community and pride for people of all ages and abilities.

Enjoy some examples below of how cities and municipalities across the world have created outdoor activity spaces that fit into their specific area, resulting in tons of value for the people around them. From outdoor fitness parks to out-of-this-world themed playgrounds, including a big wooden castle playground, KOMPAN will work with you to realise the space of your dreams.

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Customer case

Henry Rolland Park, Canberra, Australia

In the center of Canberra, a new KOMPAN outdoor gym in Henry Rolland Park is considered a city attraction. The combination of high-tech, easy-to-use equipment, and the great location overlooking Lake Burley Griffen, has immediately established the fitness site as a popular spot to get trim and fit.

Customer case

Central Park, Prague, Czech Republic

The owl has landed. In Prague, one of Europe’s most cultured cities, the first of a new generation of playgrounds has been placed in Central Park. According to the park users, the newest addition to the park has soul and is so spectacular that it makes the park special. The Robinia Owl has quickly become a huge part of the park; it belongs there and feels like it has always been there.

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Customer case

Voss Activity Park, Norway

Outdoor fitness with a fantastic view!

The activity park close to Vangsvatnet in Voss, Norway has quickly become the community’s preferred workout place and the heart of the town. The activity park is so well equipped that the local fitness center uses the park for outdoor boot camp classes, during spring and summer.

Customer Case

Withrow Park, Toronto, Canada

Withrow Park in Toronto, Canada is a prime example of the importance of partnerships between KOMPAN, landscape architects, and municipalities. It was through this cooperation that the park was revitalized with new, adventurous, and innovative play equipment - fulfilling the wishes of the local children. It was the perfect way to start Withrow Park's second century.

Customer case

Covington City, Indiana, USA

The Robinia castle, the centerpiece of the park, was popular before it was even built. When asked to draw their dream playground, the kids of Covington, put a big wooden castle playground at the top of their fun list. So they got one.

Customer case

Lincoln Park, Boston, USA

The densely populated city of Somerville, MA has limited space for outdoor activities. So, a creative solution was needed to develop an area where residents of all age groups could socialize and become active.

Lincoln Park, the largest city-owned park in Sommerville, began its development with KOMPAN and the local residents to design a playground that incorporated the ability to engage with other community residents, adventurous play, and the ability for the playground to integrate with the surrounding natural environment.

Customer case

Active City Center in Grindsted, Denmark

The municipality of Billund, Denmark wanted to bring new life to the city center. The ambition was to increase activity and extend people's stay in the city center in hopes of increasing visits to local shops and establishments - thereby giving a boost to the local economy. The final product was a custom space with varied equipment, including a unique play tower for children to climb up & a specialized rope bridge for playgrounds for them to traverse across.

Customer case

Ramsden Park, Toronto, Canada

The landscape architect behind the new playground in Ramsden Park, Toronto, had the vision to create something new and exciting, but through including something old. By old, she meant incorporating both the city’s heritage and some time-tested favorites from the existing KOMPAN playground. The new playground uses yellow colors and themes from Toronto’s history of brick and has maintained several of the timeless play items from the old playground, like the iconic Crazy Hen. After giving years of pleasure in its former location, the first of the revolutionary springers is still in great shape and has become part of the new playground.

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