Additionally, the city is looking for skilled laborers to help build the project. If you are looking to volunteer for the rebuild, you may email [email protected] Around $265,000 has been raised in donations for the rebuild. However, the city says it is still waiting for a final determination from the insurance company. The project is expected to take seven days and is weather dependent. “The day after a fire destroyed OurSpace, we made a commitment to rebuild,” said Mayor Rich David in a press release sent to 12 News. According to city officials, the cost of the rebuild will be around $860,000 and will be fully reliant on donations and insurance. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The rebuilding of the OurSpace playground is scheduled to begin on Aug. 17. It was destroyed in a fire on June 1. OurSpace playground was a fully-accessible playground for children with disabilities. “OurSpace means so much to so many Binghamton residents, and we have been reminded of that by the incredible outpouring of support from the community since the fire. Let this rebuilding serve a symbol of unity and resilience in uncertain times,” he said. Binghamton officials say the fire was unrelated to protests over the death of George Floyd that occurred the night before.