Renting a climbing wall Safety, standards & maintenance Working with Pyramide  
  Enhancing a climbing wall
a climbing wall
Kindergarten / Primary school
Junior high school
High school
Climbing club
Climbing gym business
Squash court conversion
Club / Fitness club
Army / Commando
Fire station
Hospital / physiotherapy clinic
Public park / Playground
Health program / Relaxation area
Leisure center
Amusement park
Shopping center / Mall
Swimming pool
Corporate building / Company
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Racquetball conversion
or squash court conversion
Design recommendations
Configuration : beginners' surface (vertical + slight overhang) with automatic belay systems to ensure a constant free access
Large overhang and small roof
Height : use the full height available
Width : give it greater importance, for it determines the largest number of participants possible : 1.20 m (4') to 1.50 m (5') wide = one climbing route
Number of protruding holds : 6 to 8 / sq. m (6 to 8 /10 sq. ft) to set several routes on the same wall section
Support : whether the available support is a concrete wall, a breeze block wall, a steel frame, timber columns or other, there is always a possibility to adapt a corresponding climbing wall support. The option of self-standing climbing wall supports is also a solution
Crash area : permanent crash mat
Some references :
Burke : Racquet and Swim Club (USA), Memmingen : Tennis and Leisure Center (Germany), Trondheim : 3T Center (Norway)
Our services :
- design assistance
- advisory consulting / quotation (free of charge, no commitment)
- help for writing the technical specifications (tender document, etc…)
- engineering & technical information (loads on support wall and floor, information about standards, etc…)

  Pyramide 's recommendation
It is important to gain height or route length : if possible plan to equip a roof space as from the beginning (or an arch). Select a very flexible climbing wall system (like the M.G.V.) for at least 2 or 3 routes : it will allow very quick route modifications within the next 2 years after the first installation.
racquetball / squash court ("before")
Buchen (Germany)
Product info
>   M.G.V.
>   Climbing holds
Burke (USA)
Product info
>   M.G.V.
>   Plywood
>   Climbing holds