The first stop of X Games 2013 in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil is finished. After months of preparation and weeks of building, the park and big air courses are ready to be skated by the top professionals from around the world.
Posts Tagged ‘skatepark construction’
XGames 19 Brazil CompletedPosted on April 18th, 2013 | Read Post
Building the Volcom WarehousePosted on March 7th, 2013 | Read Post
Thanks to Volcom Team for making this amazing video!
Sketchup Showcase FeaturePosted on August 8th, 2012 | Read Post
Google SketchUp Showcase has posted some of the best SketchUp projects from around the world on their website, and CA Rampworks earned a spot. The showcase displays different projects in different areas of expertise that has utilized Google Sketchup. The projects range from a Floating Sunglass Hut to Bonsai Bench Building. California Rampworks designer, Dug Ketterman, was chosen for the key role that Sketchup played in the design and development of the XGames 17: Street and Park Course. Ketterman used SketchUp for the conceptual design process, structural engineering of the support structure, material estimation, construction documents, branding and the assistance with field measurements and support. Read the article on The SketchUp Showcase to learn more about the design process and evolution behind such an increadible event.
New Street Course for Kids That Rip!Posted on February 1st, 2011 | Read Post
Kids That Rip! Skateboard School in Mesa, AZ, is getting a new street course. California RampWorks began knocking out walls, stripping out old decks, and rebuilding last week. The new street course will be a complete remodel with an extra 3500 sq ft! Here is a 3-D model and fly-through of what the final course design will look like. Here are some pics from the site this week.
2011 of Training FacilitiesPosted on January 14th, 2011 | Read Post
Apparently, lots of professional skaters are making it their new years resolution to dial new tricks before the big events come around, because California RampWorks has a lot of training facilities to build with deadlines before the Maloof Money Cups, X Games, and Street Leagues of 2011. Without giving the goods away, here’s a look at some skatepark construction in the CRW shop this week. Check back with us, because we’ll be stacking up the best professional training facilities of 2011 for you to see. Expect great skating to come out of this year!
Crossroads to Reveal New SkateparkPosted on January 13th, 2011 | Read Post
California RampWorks is working hard to finish the new skatepark at Black Box Distribution, just in time for the Crossroads-Show, an endemic, skate industry trade show, which will take place January 28th and 29th. If you want to know more about it, view crossroads-show.com We can’t spoil the surprise for you, but here’s a few exclusive shots from behind-the-scenes at the construction of Jamie Thomas’ new Crossroads/Black Box skatepark.