Brothers Mark and Stephen Bigelow wanted to turn a warehouse in Bethlehem and into an indoor trampoline park.
Where can you fly like a skydiver, flip like a gymnast or soar like a weightless astronaut all in the same place? An indoor trampoline park, of course.
Freefall, an indoor trampoline park and the largest of its kind in the Lehigh Valley area, opened its doors in November 2015. The concept and the numbers of jumpers have literally taken off at the park on 2800 Baglyos Circle in Bethlehem, as the business continues to grow.
SAGE Design-Build, Inc. of Allentown, served as the general contractor and turned the 34,000 square foot warehouse into the trampoline park. Freefall offers three party rooms, a foam pit area, two open jump areas and 16,000 square feet of trampolines. Future plans for Freefall include ropes courses and a zip line.
“Every project is unique and every project presents its own set of challenges. SAGE helped us through step by step,” said Mark Bigelow, one of the owners of Freefall. Mark also added that Joe Landrigan (president of SAGE) was always proactive and helped navigate any challenges before they potentially became bigger problems.
“In the case of an indoor trampoline park, you need certain parameters and everything has to fit perfectly, as safety is our number one priority. When we ran into an issue with the variances around the trampolines, Joe quickly and efficiently presented another scenario,” Mark said. “When you work with SAGE, you can rest assured knowing every detail is being handled in the most professional manner, and in the most cost effective way possible.”
Stephen Bigelow, who co-owns Freefall with Mark, works in the development business and has worked with countless contractors in his career. He added that SAGE and Landrigan are definitely at the top of the list when it comes to professionalism, expertise and overall work ethic.
"When you work with SAGE, you can rest assured knowing every detail is being handled in the most professional manner, and in the most cost effective way possible"