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Featured Project- Elevated Jogging Track
December 15th, 2011 - No Fault is proud to introduce Allplay Systems as one of our newest members of our ever growing network of representatives. Allplay is owned by Danielle Patterson, and is a certified HUBZone business that came into existence in 2010. However, their representatives have been in the outdoor recreation industry for several years. Allplay specializes in high quality customer service and meeting the needs of government entities, contractors and private owners from the start of the design through the life of the project.
In February of 2010, Allplay was approached by Advanced Technology Construction (ATC) for assistance in the design of an elevated jogging track which was being converted from offices in the second story of a gymnasium at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in western Washington State. Allplay Systems worked together with No Fault to find an appropriate surfacing to meet the Air Forces's needs.
Despite complicated design and application issues, including a banked running surface and a second-story installation without the benefit of an elevator, No Fault and Allplay were able to deliver. In fact, the Air Force actually asked ATC to submit this project for a branch-wide Design Award, which they have done.
The jogging track surface was completed in August 2010, and the Air Force conducted a ribbon-cutting in September that year. ATC's representative stated, "We had absolutely no problems with the product or the installers. We look forward to working with No Fault again on future projects."