Skatepark Damascus completed!

It’s done!

The Skatepark, which we have planned in cooperation with skate-aid and SOS Children’s Villages Worldwide in Syria, has celebrated its official opening.

The skate park builders have done more than a good job as you can see in the pictures. The park is already being used daily by the schoolkids.

Our colleague David Welter also helped diligently with the construction on site. Unfortunately, the playground equipment next to the skatepark was not delivered in time, but is expected to be set up in the next few weeks.

Children’s Youth and Amusement Park Dortmund Hombruch

Children’s Youth and Amusement Park Dortmund Hombruch

We were commissioned to create attractive and up-to-date sports and leisure facilities at the Hombruch youth camp.

The concept provides many different areas on the multifunctional area: bowl, snakerun, slackline, football field, street area, pump track, children’s run, parkour, calisthenics park, lookout hill, barbecue area and grass court. In addition, it is important to consider all user groups in the form of different difficulty levels.

The open spaces for the skating facilities will also be usable for national and international events.

Start of construction is scheduled for 2021 and 2022 it should be completed.

Multifunctional Space Kransand in Wiesbaden, Germany

Multifunctional Space Kransand in Wiesbaden, Germany

A new leisure place we originate at the Rhine promenade in Kastel!

In addition to the planned skate park there will be parkour and freerunning obstacles, seating steps made of stone, a lawn, a climbing wall, a playground, a graffiti wall and many other offers to spend time next to the Rhine. The aim of the project is to create an attractive, multifunctional location for different user groups.

The planned start of construction is scheduled for spring 2020.

Skatepark Damascus

Skatepark Damascus

Construction of the Skatepark Damascus is finished!

In cooperation with skate-aid and SOS Children’s Villages, the park was built on an existing area next to a school. In addition to a mini ramp and street elements made of in-situ concrete, a playground with toilets will be built in the coming weeks. It has already begun to replant the area additionally. The park was built by the same crew that built the skatepark Windhoek in Namibia last year  (Arne, Peter, Gabu) and other skateparkbuilders of skate-aid. Our colleague David Welter was also there in person to help the team on the construction site.

The skatepark is already used by many schoolchildren on a daily basis. The children of the SOS Children’s Village, which is located several kilometers away, are driven to the park regularly to have skate lessons.

Backyard Oldenburg

Backyard Oldenburg

In 2020, a new outdoor skate and bike park will be built on the open space of the Backyard Bike and Skatehall in Oldenburg.

The existing floor space of approximately 4000 m² is converted into a pool and street area. In addition to the in-situ concrete park, which is mainly planned for skaters, a bike park made of wooden ramps is also to be created.

By the time the project is completed by the end of 2020, the offer for skaters and BMXers in Oldenburg will be more than satisfying.

Here are some pictures of the area to be redesigned:

Skateparkrenovation Lohof/Unterschleißheim

Skateparkrenovation Lohof/Unterschleißheim

On the 3,500 m² existing club area of ​​SV Lohof, the somewhat outdated skatepark is going to be completely renovated!

In addition to a bowl and streetarea of in-situ concrete, there will be a separate jumpline with wooden obstacles for the BMXers. With this upgrade, there will definitely be a more versatile, more demanding and higher-quality offer for skaters and BMXers in Lohof/Unterschleißheim, which leaves nothing to be desired.

Since the planning has already been completed, the construction of the park can start in autumn 2019.