was formed in 1987 when Tom Noble built his first of three indoor skateparks in Southern Maine. Hundreds flocked to these indoor parks as a refuge from Maine's harsh winters.
Immediately, demand for skating venues grew and soon Tom was building what would be, at the time, the largest indoor skatepark in New England and the third largest in the United States. This park would house the biggest indoor ramp ever built. A ramp that in 1991 was declared the "best vert ramp in the free world"
by Transworld Skateboarding Magazine.
Who Skates refined its techniques in steel, aluminum and wood ramp fabrication and eventually developed a specialty in and passion for poured-in-place concrete construction. In 1995, Who Skates was the first company in New England to open a dedicated fabrication facility and has been in continuous operation ever since.
We've built hundreds of parks, worked thousands of hours and traveled hundreds of thousands of miles to provide premiere skateparks to a countless number of satisfied skaters... experience counts. Just as builders plan custom houses to the requirements and specifications of homeowners, we design and build skateparks for what works best for the skaters and the budget and unique building site that every town is faced with.
We feel that our 20 plus years experience in skatepark construction is unequalled in knowing that skateparks are more than just a bunch of ramps and concrete pools scattered about. We have assembled a talented team of experienced skaters to help other skaters, cities and towns realize their dream of having a skatepark for the new generation.
Please take the time to contact us
and see how our services can make a skatepark in your city or town a reality.
You’ll be glad you did.