“Concrete’s hard wearing and durable nature offers a smooth and quick riding surface that is far quieter and stronger than wood or metal.”

For skaters and riders, concrete offers great traction, it’s also quick drying making it far more usable in damp conditions. From a maintenance perspective, concrete requires very little attention, it’s vandal proof and aesthetically pleasing, concrete is the ideal option when considering an outdoor facility. Once the consultation and design is completed our team will move in to prepare the site.

“Every project is different and requires a bespoke approach to both design and construction.”

A typical skatepark build would follow a set process consisting of the following:

– A permit to dig would be issued only after all site investigation work was completed & service info cleared.

– A designer/site engineer would mark out the site for excavation, install all underground drainage runs beneath the park and proceed to set out site with relevant heights so the stone could be imported to bring up levels.

– With all the groundworks completed timber formwork would be installed for shuttering, mesh and all steel work.

– Throughout all stages, the designer/site engineer would be constantly monitoring all works to ensure compliance with design and safety.

– With all the shuttering and steelwork complete to specification, we would then begin to concrete the park, this is a very labour intensive process and is done to the highest standards.

– Our method of laying concrete has been perfected over many years using knowledge that we have gained worldwide on a diverse set of projects.

“Concreate offers the industry knowledge and experience to tailor our process to the needs of the the client.”

For any questions regarding our design and build process please do not hesitate to get in touch.