Known for its vast farmlands and access to water, Campbellford, Ontario is also often regarded as the midway point between the provincial capital of Toronto and the national capital of Ottawa.
While perhaps small in comparison to the above-named cities, Campbellford is home to a number of notable businesses including Church-Key Brewing Company, Biommer Chocolate Company, the Dart Container Corporation (foam cups anyone?), one of the regions last remaining rural cheese factories, as well as the home to the highly specialized wooden boat builder, Clarion Boats.
Located in the centre of town is the local high school serving students in grades 9 through 12 and operating as part of the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board (KPRDSB), who we have had the pleasure of working with a number of times before. With a growing school population of over 500 students, the board contacted our team to discuss replacing some bleachers in the school’s gymnasium ahead of re-opening the school following the pandemic shut-downs.
When it came to assessing the condition of the existing seating and recommending a safe and up-to-date replacement, our Kodiak 2400 series telescopic bleachers were the top choice.
Following the initial assessment, our team ensured that proper measurements of the space were taken so that we could begin the design process. Looking to install two banks of these retractable seating structures, everything had to be perfect.
Following the removal of the outdated seating, our team was deployed to Campbellford to meet the shipment of the new bleachers and begin the installation process.
Following a couple of days on-site, these state-of-the-art motorized telescopic bleachers were installed without a hitch. As an added level of personalization, custom seat colours were selected and the school’s initials CDHS were proudly incorporated into the design of the two banks of bleachers.
With the new school year on the horizon, these new bleachers were definitely something that students and staff alike looked forward to seeing and utilizing in the 2020-21 school year and for generations to come.