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Sand Springs Skatepark

OKLAHOMA

 

Sand springs park friends project

This past spring members of the eight person committee toured concrete skateboard sites in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Pawhuska, New Braufels, Texas and Joplin, Missouri. Just this past month the group solicited a Request from a dozen skatepark designer/contractors and received six qualified responses. Following a series of evaluations and in-person interviews, Native Skatepaks was chosen as the contractor of choice for the $125K privately funded Sand Springs Park Friends project. While all the firms were deemed capable to complete this project, most concepts for the Sand Springs skatepark ranged in size from 4,000 to 5,000 square feet. Native Skateparks submitted a concept reflecting a substantially larger skatepark.... Finally, Native Skateparks will take the lead on nearly all aspects of the park construction - while other firms may have relied on various levels of out-sourced help - thus ensuring consistent job site management.

- Sand Springs OK. Press Release

 
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Pawhuska Skatepark

OKLAHOMA

tony hawk grant Recipient

Nestled deep in the heart of Osage County and capital of the Osage Nation Pawhuska OK was awarded the $25,000 Spring 2009 Tony Hawk Foundation grant. "Native Skateparks had our best interest at heart and went out of their way to provide the highest quality plans and workmanship they could offer, while stimulating our economy by utilizing local businesses as much as possible. We are very appreciative of and can wholeheartedly recommend their broad experience and range of skills

- Mike McCartney, Pawhuska Chamber Director

 
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Poteau Skatepark

Oklahoma

The Skatepark off Broadway

We are so proud of our new skatepark. The City of Poteau is just abuzz as to the number of kids utilizing the facility. I want to thank you for your attention to detail and the attitude of you and your crew. It was always about the kids and building a skatepark that was useable. The fact that you started promptly and finished ahead of schedule is the exception to the rule in today's construction world (and no change orders)!

- Jeff Shockley, Poteau Mayor