Stantec experts share their knowledge on the trends, innovations, and challenges shaping action sport design.
From the Design Quarterly: 6 trends shaping community sports and rec facility design
Flexibility and inclusivity are key when creating the neighborhood gathering spot for active lifestyles
Published in Landscape Architecture Magazine: Wheels of All Types
In LaGrange, Georgia, a skatepark is designed for users of all ages and abilities
[With Video] Your community needs a BMX track—here’s why
A BMX track can be a great complement to athletic and recreation fields and continues to grow in popularity
Need help funding your skatepark? This toolkit can help.
Stantec's Funding Services Toolkit can help your team break down the enormous task of funding a skatepark project into manageable steps
What happens when extreme sports and engineering collide (not literally)?
Red Bull’s Crashed Ice needed some creative engineering to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday
Something for everyone
Read Mike McIntyre and Kanten Russell's article in Parks & Rec Business.
Skateboarding and engineering. Two passions. One career.
Twists and turns are a part of every skateboarder’s life. Andy Stone shares his journey from skateboard pro to skate park design professional
Helping clients find funding for skatepark projects
Successful strategies discussed during our September 27th webinar.
BMX: the hottest thing on two wheels
Communities across the country are adding BMX to their parks and rec programs—and helping fuel Olympic dreams