Completed Installations

Skateable Art Path in South Jordan, Utah

4In the summer of 2008, Spohn Ranch was proud to build one of the first and largest skateable art installations in the United States.  With amazing pieces of skateable public sculpture artfully set along a winding pedestrian path, this park is a ground-breaking space that incorporates skaters into the community by recognizing their right to practice their sport. Spohn Ranch worked with local landscape architects, G. Brown Design, from the concept phase to plan, design and build this innovative park using the SpohnCrete system of pre-cast concrete skate elements.  Nestled in an unassuming housing development, this unnamed park is home to over a dozen integrated skateable art pieces, such as the “Ribbon” which was inspired by Park City’s 2002 Olympic ribbon sculpture.

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Skateable Art Benches for the Gatorade Free Flow Tour

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In the summer of 2009, Gatorade had heard about our experience with artistic skate features and approached us about building benches for the Gatorade Free Flow Tour.  The Free Flow Tour is a skateboarding and BMX amateur contest series that takes place at 30 skateparks across the country.  Supplied with graphics from some incredible Gatorade artists we designed and fabricated “wave” benches made of galvanized steel and surfaced with Skatelite for each skatepark on the tour.  After the tour ended, these benches were given as a gift to each skatepark, where they became permanent skateable art fixtures.

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Bethune Point Skatepark in Daytona Beach, Florida

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Set beautifully in front of the water on the Florida Coastline, the Bethune Point Skatepark is a world-class action sports facility. The use of integrated landscaping and Skateable Art elements throughout the park make this much more than a skatepark – it is a vibrant recreational space that has become a source of pride for the City of Daytona Beach. Daytona Beach’s Recreation Director, Percey Williamson, has called this park “the finest skatepark in the country”. Some of the more unique features in this park are the grass gaps created by the integrated landscaping and the Skateable Art features such as the Roll-over Whip and the Bent Penny. Another Skateable Art piece, the Broken Pyramid, anchors the lower plaza level, providing a compelling centerpiece and letting skaters smoothly flow to any corner of the park.

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