Superior Recreational Products Approved as a Type I Fabricator from LADBS

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The Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) approved Superior Recreational Products as a Type I fabricator within the specialty category of Steel Shade Structures.

“They have reviewed our processes, facilities, and skills to ensure we have met all requirements, so we gained certification. Because we met all criteria, they do not need to send an inspector here each time we build a structure that requires LADBS approval."

The Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) approved Superior Recreational Products as a Type I fabricator within the specialty category of Steel Shade Structures.

LADBS is the government agency that handles zoning, building permits, and inspections for the city of Los Angeles. This approval allows Superior to build shade and shelter structures for Los Angeles clients without needing third party inspections while product is being manufactured.

“They have reviewed our processes, facilities, and skills to ensure we have met all requirements, so we gained certification. Because we met all criteria, they do not need to send an inspector here each time we build a structure that requires LADBS approval,” Director of Engineering Tommy Rampley said.

Being an approved fabricator saves time and money because Superior does not have to have a 3rd party inspection. Normal manufacturing lead times can be scheduled.

In addition, Superior can now seek out more opportunities in Los Angeles because many of them require LADBS approval.

As a PlayCore company, Superior Recreational Products is a manufacturer and supplier of playgrounds, shade, shelter, and site amenities. Our products create and provide joy for communities just like yours. We give children an opportunity to let their imaginations soar on the playground. We shade families relaxing on benches at the park. We host group picnics on Sundays. Together, we can create spaces where people can play, relax, and live.

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