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:
On the 3,500 m² existing club area of SV Lohof, the somewhat outdated skatepark is going to be completely renovated!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.
The old sports field in Rheinberg is being redesigned as part of a funding measure (LEADER).
In addition to a 500 m² pumptrack made of asphalt, a climbing rock will be built there.
There will be a workshop in spring of 2019 for an optimal planning tailored to the users, where the local scene can express their wishes and requirements.
The construction of the facility is expected to take place in spring 2020.
Here is the property to be remodeled:
On the grounds of the St. Hubertus Children and Youth Center in Aachen, the existing earth pumptrack has been replaced by a new asphalt pumptrack.
The company Velosolution from Durach started the work in December 2018 and finished the track in may 2019.
The opening ceremony was a full success on may 18th as you can see on the pictures.
Three local teenager made this project in Brunsbüttel happen!
Their own initiative and engagement achieved that the skatepark with a separated pumptrack will be built in summer 2019.
Planned is a approximately 400m² big skatepark with in-situ concrete which will have many street elements and next to it a 300m² big pumptrack made out of asphalt.
Auch 2018 ist Betonlandschaften wieder auf der GaLaBau Messe in Nürnberg vertreten.
Ihr findet uns in Halle 1 Stand 1-629.
Besucht uns, wenn ihr mehr über die Planung von Bike- und Skateparks zu erfahren, etwas von unseren Spannenden Projekten erfahren oder einfach nur ein lockeres Gespräch führen wollt.
Skater, Biker, Städte und Gemeinden, Landschaftsarchitektur-Kollegen und Kolleginnen, Ausführende Firmen sowie einfach interessierte sind an unserem Stand jederzeit willkommen.
Ihr haben euch schon immer gefragt:
- Was macht einen guten Skatepark aus?
- Wie läuft die Planung eines Skatepark überhaupt ab?
- Wie bindet man die zukünftigen Nutzer am besten in den Planungsprozess ein?
Diese Fragen haben wir uns auch gestellt und seit Jahren fachlich wertvolle Antworten darauf gesammelt. Profitiert von unserem Fachwissen und besucht uns uns auf der GaLaBau Messe 2018 in Nürnberg.
Namibia’s first inclusive skatepark opened in Windhoek on 23 February 2018.
In a cooperative venture involving Global Experience Münster, Global Experience Namibia, two UNESCO schools (Schillergymnasium and Primusschule) in Münster, Germany, and the aid organisation ‘skate-aid’, this unique facility has been built at the National Institute for Special Education (NISE). The Cologne ‘Betonlandschaften’ firm designed the skatepark, working on a voluntary basis.
The skatepark in Namibia‘s capital of Windhoek is located in Hans-Dietrich Genscher Street near the city centre. In the wider neighbourhood […]
The construction was started on December 01, 2014. Construction is done by the crew from HolyStoked. The construction is completed since 2015. Now the youth center and skatepark can be used by the local youth near the city Panna.
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Here you can see our first ideas for the sports facility in Gummersbach, Germany.
Between an old signal tower, the street Ringstraße, a newly planned police station and a railway embankment is an unused lawn located. On this area shall the new sports park be constructed.
The leisure offer is aimed primarily at children and young people who play on the facility, climb, cycle, skate, boulder and play beach handball. The old signal tower is integrated into the concept and provides users also a rich offer for leisure activities.
The old signal tower will remain. The natural stone base is creatively addressed at several points in the new facility to achieve a connected material and form language.
The Wheelpark, as he is called by the young people, lies in an area in the recreation park Wiehl, not 50 meters from the banks of the river Wiehl. Yamato Living Ramps constructs the facility.
The 1100m² skatepark will be built into the hillside with in-situ concrete. The design was developed together with the locals in several workshops.
On several levels the skatepark offers plenty of variety and excitement. Especially the two pools which are connected with a Spine. In addition, an extensive street area offers much potential as it includes Ledges, Curbs and rails.
The “8th World Wonder” in Afghanistan, people saw coming towards them: The first concrete skatepark with additional sport facilities in Karokh has been completed.
In cooperation with Skate-Aid and Dr. Rupert Neudeck (co-founder and chairman of the International Peace Corps ‘Grünhelme e. V.‘) a concrete park at a school for 7500 students in Karokh, Afghanistan, was completed in April 2010.
A new 2,000 m² concrete skate- and bikepark will be built. The design has been developed in several workshops with the local young people from Muelheim. In several construction site visits, the design and the construction progress were regularly communicated. Details were discussed and agreed on with the skaters and bikers.
The construction work started in september 2015.
On 14.01.2018 the Team Skate-Aid started their journey to Windhoek, Namibia. The construction of a skatepark in Namibia, Windhoek was imminent. Together with a team of locals, the voluntaries built a skatepark for an SOS Children’s Village in recent weeks. The area was set by the mayor of the city and is for all kids, who are in mood for skating have public access.
For the past few days, the skate-Aid team has been spending time teaching the kids how to skate, so they can do some tricks on the opening.
Today on the 23.02.2018 is the ceremony, after six weeks of hard work.
Skatetraining befor the opening