Hammill Recreation, LLC

Angie Collins
6034 Willow Circle
Concord, AL 35023
www.hammill.net
(205) 706-3993
angelacollins@hammill.net

Hammill Recreation, LLC has been helping schools, municipalities, and private organizations to make wise investments since 1981. Our sales representatives, designers, educational consultants, and other specialists are skilled in determining and meeting all needs. We strive to ensure that our name is associated with only the best manufactures and we insist on the highest standards in customer service. We will provide only the top quality products to meet every customer’s unique needs. 

Recent Projects & Testimonials

Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln, AL

This themed design offers a one-of-a-kind feel to the play space featuring custom car themed panels, a NASCAR Driver Selfie Sign, and Poured-In-Place surfacing that supports the track theme.

Cherokee Elementary School, Guntersville, AL

The children at Cherokee Elementary School in Guntersville, Alabama have a new playground that will help improve their overall health and fitness levels. Climbing and overhead activities help develop hand-eye coordination as well as balance and upper body strength.

Mignon Baptist Church, Sylacauga, AL

Nestled in a tranquil neighborhood surrounded by towering oak trees, the Minion Baptist Church playground provides a wonderful gathering place where children can play while parents, grandparents, parishioners, and caregivers look on. This attractive playground structure, boasts challenging spiral slides and an abundance of climbing options.

First United Methodist Church, Hueytown, AL

The playground at First United Methodist Church provides not only a recreation space for the youth ministries, but also supports the daycare center. Designed for children 2-5 years, the bright, primary colors invite children to climb, slide and socialize. This popular structure accommodates a typical early childhood class size.

Phil Campbell Memorial Park, Phil Campbell, AL

The tornadoes that came through the Southeast on April 27th, 2011 destroyed much of the city of Phil Campbell, Alabama. This playground was built as a memorial to those who lost their lives and to serve as an inspiration to the community as they rebuild. The finished playground is a testament to the community’s resilience in the face of great loss.

First Baptist Church, Troy, AL

The First Baptist Church playground in Troy, Alabama, makes it’s home among beautiful Victorian homes and historic sites.  The decision to apply poured rubber safety surfacing not only reduces the overall maintenance of the play area, but also provides a comfortable cushion for the youngsters utilizing this active and engaging recreation space.