Eagle Mat & Floor Products Leads Project for Baltimore’s Port Discovery Children’s Museum
Baltimore -- Port Discovery Children’s Museum is ranked among the top children’s museums in the U.S. Since 1998, the Museum has served more than 5 million children and families through their play-to-learn philosophy. Over the last several months, Port Discovery Children’s Museum has undergone a major transformation to bring visitors new state-of-the-art exhibits and improved visitor amenities. The project is part of a $10.5 million capital campaign for the Museum, and marks the Museums largest transformation since opening in December 1998.
Eagle Mat was recently granted a new contract to furnish and install SafeLandings Shock Absorbing Carpet System at Port Discovery Children’s Museum. SafeLandings Systems delivers advanced safety flooring technology solutions for indoor play areas. A fall-rated safety flooring product that offers outstanding impact protection, superior hygienic properties, and added facility value, SafeLandings is the leading provider for safety flooring for children’s indoor play spaces in public and community areas, workplace children centers, hospitals, airports, pediatric medical centers, physical and occupational therapy centers, as well as elder care facilities and other areas.
“SafeLandings is a one of a kind superior product providing versatility for indoor play areas worldwide," said Ray Kanter, founder of SafeLandings. "We are delighted to partner with Eagle Mat and Port Discovery Children’s Museum project. As a family owned and operated business for over 35 years, Eagle Mat provides innovative floor offerings and outstanding workmanship. In addition to premium product offerings, Eagle Mat is also renowned for its expert installation and carpet maintenance services. Trace Ashton and his team’s extensive experience has proven its knowledge in providing exceptional design, installation, and project management to ensure the success of each project. We look forward to working on more projects with Eagle Mat in the Mid-Atlantic Region.”
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