From the Ground Up: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

August 25, 2014



2765 S. Kansas Expressway

Brian Brown

From the Ground Up: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline ParkOwner/developer: Kansas Plaza 1 LLC 
General contractor: Rich Kramer Construction Inc.
Architect: Marshall-Waters-Woody Associates Inc.
Engineers: Anderson Engineering Inc., civil; JS Smith Consulting Engineers PC (Joplin), structural; and Smith-Goth Engineering Inc., mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 19,800 square feet  
Estimated cost: $1.6 million 
Lender: BancorpSouth 
Estimated completion date: Nov. 1 
Project description: Rich Kramer Construction Project Manager Lowell Thomas said the contractors are building a single-story, pre-engineered metal structure with masonry walls and a glass storefront. According to, the trampoline park would offer fitness and entertainment options including open jump periods, dodgeball, low-impact aerobics, called SkyRobics, and SkySlam basketball sessions. The gyms also have a foam zone with 10,000 foam cubes at the end of a trampoline runway. Los Angeles-based Sky Zone, which operates in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Australia, also offers facility rentals for group events and birthday parties.