Rectangular ADA Accessible Concrete Picnic Table Set

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SKU CCW-33-032-00072
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  • Free-standing
  • ADA Compliant
  • Multiple colors options
  • Made with reinforced concrete and galvanized steel pipe
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$1,984.50 $1,653.75

Product Overview

The Rectangular ADA Accessible Concrete Picnic Table Set is made of reinforced concrete, which guarantees stability and strength. It features a table top and two bench seats, and it is wheelchair accessible from both sides. The table is rectangular, comes in multiple finishes and can be used in a wide variety of environments.

Includes:
Rectangular Free Standing Concrete Picnic Table Set

Features:

  • Made of concrete
  • Features one table top and two bench seats
  • ADA accessible
  • Rectangular shape
  • Available in multiple finishes
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 

 

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Reinforced concrete
  • Size: 96" x 66" x 32"
  • Weight: 2200 lbs.
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Back Type: without Back
  • Seating Type: Attached
  • No. of Seats: 2
  • Customizable? Finish

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