Pleasanton Texas Skatepark is nearing completion, the Artisan crew will be wrapping up construction this month. Stay tuned for grand opening details.
Meredith, NH has decided on a design. Now time to fundraise!
Construction is underway on the first concrete Skatepark in Pleasanton, TX.
Stay tuned for updates.
We are off to Greenville for the first public input session on the new Action Park.
Spread the word and see you there.
Rain delays have not stopped the progress in Dubuque, IA. We were on site this week to check on the status and loved what we saw. Stay tuned for more updates.
Construction has begun on the Dubuque Skatepark. The Artisan crew have wasted no time and things are beginning to take shape. We will be on-site next week to check on the progress. Stay tuned for more updates and photos.
This month we were on site in Barbados to kick off construction with Artisan Skateparks on the Barbados Skatepark Facility. When complete this will be the first Olympic skatepark training facility in Barbados, The 60,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility includes a 13,000 sq. ft. Skatepark, restrooms, Skate shop, snack bar spectator viewing areas and lighting and located in the Olympic Centre at Garfield Sobers Sports Complex. Stay tuned for updates, you can see the entire design here.
What could be better than another Pillar Artisan Skatepark in the ground, that park completing Phase II of a three-phased master plan. Salisbury has now completed two of three phases planned for the Salisbury Skatepark. We could not be more proud to be apart of this amazing project and group of individuals. After years of grant submissions and perseverance, Salisbury became home to a custom Skatepark in 2015 - but the City didn't want to create just any kind of Skatepark, they wanted a world-class, Skatepark. Designed in Phases the Salisbury Skatepark when completed will be 13,000 sq.ft. of Skatepark heaven.
Phase II now open to public!
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The City of Dubuque and Kids In Dubuque Skate (KIDS) will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the new skate park project at Flora Park at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 16.
The public is invited to attend the event which will be held at the project site on Flora Park Road, accessible from Wilbricht Lane on the north side of Flora Park. The event will include remarks from Dubuque Mayor Roy D. Buol; Parks and Recreation Commission Chairperson Jennifer Tigges, Laura Bies, a member of the KIDS Board of Directors; and Park Division Manager Stephen Fehsal.
You can find a fly-through of the design on our youtube channel.
The project includes a concrete skate park with security lighting, drinking fountain, ADA parking space, storm water management features, and fiber optic connectivity and security cameras.
The approximately $850,000 project is being funded by $600,000 in City of Dubuque funds and more than $250,000 in private donations collected by the KIDS in Dubuque Skate Organization. Construction is scheduled to be completed by December 2018.
Imperial Skatepark has been opened for less than a month and has already been coined the most popular recreational facility of the City. Lead by a dedicated group of 10 to 12 year olds, Team Hot Wheels, the Imperial Skatepark is a great example of what can be accomplished with a little hard work and determination. After a few false starts and being told they could not afford concrete Imperial - Nebraska is now home to a 5,000 sq. ft. custom Skatepark.
We want to give a big shout out to Artisan Skateparks, our build partner on this project. The crew were not only professional and respectful but truly became a part of the local community. They went above and beyond during construction, mentoring the young skaters, explaining the construction process and giving them the opportunity to help with construction. The Skatepark is located in Campbell Park on on West 6th St. in Imperial, Nebraska.
A Tony Hawk Foundation grant recipient.