Walker Mill Regional Park in District Heights, Maryland will soon add 12,000 square feet of sculpted concrete to it’s impressive collection of state-of-the-art facilities and amenities.
Space within the park was limited, so an extremely challenging downhill site became our canvas. We took the challenge and emerged with a solution that not only addresses the site’s unique topography, drainage and visibility issues, but also provides the area’s skaters with modern, well-balanced terrain.
The final design features an open-ended flow bowl with a unique blend of street and transition-style terrain composing the perimeter of the park. Colored concrete and shade-covered spectator seating are nice modern touches.
The Spohn Ranch build crew has already mobilized eastward and steel fabrication is nearly finished, so progress updates will start flowing soon!