Using a process that encourages participation at all levels, Stantec—working with Schmidt Design Group—designed a skatepark that the City can be proud of and the community and users alike can enjoy.
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Helping clients find funding for skatepark projects
Successful strategies discussed during our September 27th webinar.
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