How much does a small concrete skatepark cost?

How much does a small concrete skatepark cost?

Most projects cost around $50 per square foot in total. Skateparks rarely are more than $65 per square foot, and can sometimes be as low as $25 per square foot. At the average cost of $50 per square foot: A 3,000 square foot skate spot will be $150,000 and will support a few skaters at a time.

What is the smallest skatepark?

Portland is famous for a lot of things; tall trees, fresh water, bridges, food carts, good vibes, and the smallest city park in the world. Mills Ends Park has been an official city park since 1976, but it’s more like a 2ft planter box in the middle of a downtown street, so it needed to be skated.

How big is a small skatepark?

Neighborhood skateparks are commonly between 8,000 to 12,000 square feet. Due to their size they can feature several types of terrain, (i.e., some street, some transition). About 70 skaters can use a neighborhood skatepark at the same time. A single neighborhood skatepark can serve between 25,000 to 40,000 residents.

Are there different types of skateparks?

Each skatepark is designed specifically to provide unique challenges to its users. There are, however, three main categories of skatepark design: bowl, street plaza and flow parks.

What material is used for skateparks?

The vast majority of skatepark bowls and ramps are made from concrete, and while this is the ideal material due to its smoothness and durability, it is by no means the only suitable construction material. Other options include wood, composite wood, steel, or fiberglass.

How do they make skateparks so smooth?

It is best to use a broad, sweeping arc motion, overlapping each previous stroke by ½-inch or more. Additional troweling, called “burning” is needed for the smooth durable surface of a skatepark. Tilting the trowel slightly during additional troweling will result in an increasingly smooth surface.

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