Our Purpose

As industry leaders, we help you efficiently design skateparks to produce clear, accurate and professional 3D (CAD) models and concept plans for ANY skatepark. So that you can bring your ideas to life, and possibly, turn your passion for skateboarding and design into your profession.

f you're asking yourself "How do I become a skatepark designer?" or "Where do I start?" and want to stop wasting your time with internet searches that generate zero results, you're in the right place.

We're consolidating three decades of specialised knowledge, training, resources, processes and techniques just for you.

Hello, I'm Darren White

I'm a passionate skateboarder (who started around 1987 on a thin, dark blue plastic board with red translucent wheels) and I've been designing skateparks since 1995. When I started, there was no such thing as a Skatepark Designer, it just didn't exist. Pro skater? Sure. Skatepark Designer? No way!

After creating more than 500 skateparks around the world, I can safely say that it's real and it's possible. It was possible for me, and it's possible for you.

I love what I do. I love the challenge and the problem solving, exploring ideas, collaborating with other people, learning and sharing knowledge and of course, the end result! It's incredible to think of something, draw it, see it built and then skate it.

There's nothing else quite like it, and I'm keen to pass this feeling on and inspire the next generation of Skatepark Designers.

Hello, I'm Wade Trevean

Skateboarding for me began on DIY backyard ramps and local supermarket kerbs followed by trips into Melbourne to spend hours at the iconic skate spots of the early '90s.

This evolved into 15 years of working on the design and construction of skateparks with several formal qualifications obtained along the way.

I've delivered a huge variety of projects in both size, scope and impact, including remote locations throughout Australia and volunteer led projects that stretch from Mozambique to Palestine, and beyond. These experiences involved community consultation, design, cost estimates, construction documentation and project management all the way through to building the actual parks!

I'm looking forward to showing how a passion for skateboarding can take you from your backyard to all around the world and benefit so many.