A couple of weeks back, we celebrated the grand opening of our recently completed skatepark project at Rowley Park in Gardena, California. Helping cut the ribbon was an incredibly rewarding experience as this project had been several years in the making, with a number of hurdles along the way.
Even more rewarding than the ribbon cutting however, was being able to take a step back and see what was once an empty patch of dirt now being thoroughly enjoyed by hundreds of skateboarders – all of different ages, races and social backgrounds. We received a lot of praise that day, but the sentiment we heard echoed over and over again was how beautiful the park looked and what an inviting space it was for not just skateboarders, but the entire community.
We want to say thank you to everyone who helped make this project possible. And if this wasn’t good news enough, we are currently building Gardena’s second skatepark at Johnson Park, with a grand opening tentatively scheduled for early June.
Our client, Kelly Fujio of Gardena Parks and Recreation, with President/Founder Aaron Spohn.