Dec 18, 2014
One of the earliest Canadian members of the International Association of Trampoline Parks, Apex joined the IATP.
Our two founders wrote their Level 1 Service Technician tests and became certified by the IATP to maintain trampoline parks, receiving the highest scores in the programs’ history. Two additional staff received certifications in 2017/2018.
One of our founders joined the ASTM Task Group responsible for developing the international standard on the design, modification and maintenance of trampoline parks. While continuing to be involved with the development of the F2970 Trampoline Park standard, Apex became a founding member of the ASTM task group on Indoor Ninja Courses.
Featured on Season 3, Episode 7 of Bell Media’s, “The Amazing Race Canada” – Apex hosted the production and contestants as they overcame 3 unique trampoline based challenges. Apex worked with the Bell Media production team over the span of several months to develop unique challenges that would push contestants while ensuring all contestants were able to succeed.
Dec 26, 2016
At 48,000 square feet Apex Richmond is one of Canada’s largest indoor adventure parks. Featuring Canada’s first free climbing wall over an air bag and Canada’s largest ninja course, it takes several hours to experience everything that Apex Richmond has to offer.
Attended the IATP European conference in Amsterdam to review best practices from around the world and received formal training from AirTrack Factory on maintaining inflatables.
One of our founders sits on a panel discussion, Professionalizing your Preventative Trampoline Park Operations and one of Apex’s senior managers presents on Risk Management and Communication in adventure parks at the International Association of Trampoline Parks Florida conference.
One of our founders is voted onto the Board of Directors for the International Association of Trampoline Parks and one of Apex’s senior managers presents in New Orleans on Risk Management, at the annual IATP conference.