BAM Shotcrete

Municipal Skatepark Construction

Full-Service Skatepark Design & Construction

Shotcrete Skatepark Construction & Builder

BAM Shotcrete is a design build skatepark contractor based in Phoenix, Arizona. We have experience working on skateparks of all sizes, from small-town community parks to large-scale, competitive arenas.  

From planning, to designing, and constructing, we handle every phase of skatepark construction. Having built skateparks all across the United States, we’re known for our superior craftsmanship and dedication.

Our approach to skatepark construction includes utilizing shotcrete for quarter pipes, banks, bowls, pools and pump tracks. Ledges, manual pads, stairs, and flat work are typically cast in place from concrete trucks or pumps.

Call (623) 208-2912 or email us for a skatepark construction estimate. We offer our shotcrete services nationwide in the USA.

Ready to Work With You

Whether we are working as a general contractor or a subcontractor to the general contractor, our dedication, experience, and skill set work together to provide our clients with an exceptional end result.

With over 45 years of experience building skateparks, large-scale public works, and multi-use park facilities, we follow a skatepark construction process that has proven to be efficient and effective.

Contact BAM Shotcrete

Whether you’re still researching your options or ready to get a skatepark constructed, we’d be happy to talk about your project and provide a free estimate. Give us a call at (623) 208-2912 or send us an email

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Recent Shotcrete Projects

FAQs About Skatepark Construction

Skateparks are primarily built using concrete for its durability and smooth finish. Shotcrete, a pneumatically applied concrete, is often preferred for its versatility in shaping complex features like bowls and ramps.

The timeline varies depending on the park's size and complexity. Smaller parks can take a few months, while larger, more intricate designs might need a year or more. Design, permitting, and weather conditions also influence the construction timeline.

A well-designed skatepark includes a variety of features to cater to different skill levels. These might include bowls, ramps, quarter pipes, and street-style elements like rails and stairs. Good flow, safety, and durability are also key considerations.

Costs vary widely based on size, design, and location. It is impossible to provide a cost without knowing all the details about the specific type of skatepark.

For a skatepark estimate based on your specific needs and project, contact us at 623-208-2912 or send us an email.

Community input and needs assessment usually come first, followed by conceptual design and budgeting. Following the completion of the design, the project moves on to getting the necessary permits and then starting skatepark construction.

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