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Skate Park Design & Construction

Skate Park Design & Construction2023-07-17T10:12:18+00:00





Ten Construction specialise in the design, manufacture & installation of concrete and Steel Skateparks. Our innovative designs and quality enable us to make communities a more modern and exciting place for the skating world.

Innovative designs

We have designed and installed well over a hundred Skateparks across Europe.

Our highly skilled tradesmen can operate anywhere in the UK and Europe during any time of the year. Our qualified designers and project managers will provide full compliance with the latest CDM legislation, ensuring that each construction phase of your project is delivered effectively and to the highest of standards.

So, if you are a council looking to modernise or replace a current Skatepark or even create a new facility within your local community, we can assist.

Skatepark Construction

Skatepark construction typically involves several stages, including design, planning, and construction. The first step in skatepark construction is to create a design that meets the needs of the community it will serve. This can involve consulting with local skaters to determine the types of features and obstacles that are desired, as well as ensuring that the skatepark is accessible to people of all skill levels.

Once the design has been finalized, the planning phase begins. This can involve obtaining necessary permits and approvals from local government agencies, as well as securing funding and selecting a construction contractor.

The construction phase typically involves several stages, including site preparation, pouring the concrete foundation, and building the various features and obstacles that make up the skatepark. Skilled workers may be hired to construct custom features such as bowls, ramps, and rails, and safety measures such as padding and fencing may also be installed.

Throughout the construction process, it is important to ensure that the skatepark is being built to industry standards and in compliance with all relevant safety regulations. Once construction is complete, the skatepark should be inspected to ensure that it is safe and ready for use by the community.

Skatepark Design

Skatepark design involves creating a space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing for skateboarders, rollerbladers, and other wheeled sports enthusiasts. The design of a skatepark should take into consideration the needs and skill levels of the community it serves, as well as the available space and budget.

Some key elements of skatepark design include:



The skatepark should be designed to promote smooth and continuous movement, allowing skaters to easily transition between different features and obstacles.



The park should offer a range of features and obstacles to accommodate different skill levels and styles of skating, such as quarter pipes, bowls, rails, and stairs.



The park should include features such as padding, fencing, and non-slip surfaces to minimize the risk of injury.



The skatepark should be visually appealing and incorporate elements that complement the surrounding environment, such as landscaping and public art.



The skatepark should be designed to be accessible to people of all ages and abilities, with features that can be used by both beginners and advanced skaters.



The design should incorporate sustainable features, such as using eco-friendly materials and minimizing water use.

Overall, the key to successful skatepark design is to create a space that is both functional and fun, and that meets the needs and desires of the community it serves.

Case studies

Knowle Park, Solihull

Ten Group worked with volunteers of Love Knowle Park to design a play area which would cater for all ages and abilities.

Moor Hall Golf Club

The golf club had a requirement to improve various areas of the golf course.

Medway Council

To design and install new parkour equipment and safety surfacing on a former pitch and putt site.

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