After a long period of planning, smoothing concrete and asphalt for hours, the Pumptrack and Skatepark in Ingelheim has been completed.
A new hotspot for Ingelheims scene has been purchased.
Make yourself a picture and look at the photos of the project on the project page.
The construction of the new pumptrack in Reichshof has officially begun.
In a few weeks, the mountain bikers in the area can let off steam on the new track.
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.
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.
After the first construction phase of the ice sports facility has almost been completed, we were also commissioned to plan the second construction phase.
End of 2021, the complete second phase of construction with skate park, pump track, fistball fields, renaturation Lettenbach, multifunction fields and much more be completed.
The crew of Camp Ramps does a good job in building the Skatepark in Ingelheim which we planned.
Completion is scheduled for mid-June.
For the landscape architecture office Lohaus + Carl we have created the detailed planning and the tender of the movement landscape made of concrete.
The construction of the free-formed area is due to begin in early April and the opening is scheduled for the end of June.
The team of SKG will implement our planning on site.
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.