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Top 3 Predictions for Upcoming Trends in Parks and Recreation

IPR Hawaii looks into the future to bring you growing industry trends As leading partners in building Hawaii’s community recreation facilities we are continuously researching and studying worldwide discussions and trends in the world of parks and play. Based on this we’ve put together a short list of the top 3 biggest trends we see…

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Wet-n-Wild Pool Resurfacing

If your pool is showing its age you’re likely running away from the water instead of running to jump in.  Cracks, blisters, and discoloration are unsightly and if not addressed will continue to deteriorate quickly.  If this is the case you should consider giving your pool a facelift by having it resurfaced.  IPR Hawaii was…

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New Park Lane Condos Get Creative With Play

Before the 1980’s the main play yard for children in America’s urban communities were abandoned lots or the streets themselves.  When the large scale implementation of composite playgrounds gained momentum, cities across the states began addressing the widespread need to provide safe places to play for children.  Pre-fabricated composite play structures have become commonplace in…

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Caring For Your Maple Wood Gym Floor

  Choosing to install a hardwood maple flooring system is a big investment that shows you take pride in your facility and want the best playing surface possible for you athletes. These hardwood flooring systems can easily give you 50 years or more of high quality service when maintained properly. In order to help you…

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Retro-fit Rooftop Shade

IPR Hawaii was selected to install this retro-fit rooftop shade for one of the recently completed condo designs in the trendy Kaka’ako district of Honolulu, HI.  Due to the unique challenge presented by this project, IPR designed a custom solution to specifically engineer the shade to fit into the existing space and to provide custom mounting…

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Wahiawa Skate Park

The Wahiawa Skate Park was a very special community build project that involved many dedicated volunteers from the community and other local businesses.  The efforts to revitalize Wahiawa’s old skate park, then closed to the public, was spearheaded by local resident and avid skateboarder Brandon Leong, with the help of his father Mike Leong.  Once they…

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Mary, Star of the Sea ELC – turf

Our 2016 work at the Mary, Star of the Sea ELC was to install synthetic turf in two large areas at the preschool.  What was special about this job was the work under the turf safety surface that involved fixing the existing issues with drainage and flooding.  IPR Hawaii was able to resolve these issues…

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Red Hill Community Center Pocket Park

A new trend we’re seeing in play these days is a ‘pocket park’ concept where several recreational amenities are grouped together in small pockets and strategically placed throughout community housing developments.  The Red Hill Community Center is a great example of this concept.  IPR Hawaii had the opportunity to work on this project designing and…

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Kulana Knolls Playground

IPR Hawaii was excited to partner with the Kulana Knolls community in building this 5-12 year-old playground. By creating a comfortable and safe place within the neighborhood for families to gather together and play they enhanced the value of living in this community for everyone.  This playground equipment features bright colors, multiple slides, climbing ladders, and…

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