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Caring for Your Synthetic Turf Field

Synthetic sports turf does not need to be cared for like natural grass, but it does require routine maintenance. Proper care of your artificial turf field ensures less wear and tear and minimal repairs, which keeps budget costs lower and gives

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Avoid These Mistakes When Choosing a Track Installation Company

A running track is a source of pride for a school, so you want to make sure it is installed durably and safely so your student-athletes excel. If you don’t know where to begin, it can be tempting to go with the company offering the least

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The Importance of Laser-Controlled Asphalt Paving

While the focus of installing a running track or tennis court is often on the style and look of the surface, the asphalt pavement placed just below it is one of the most crucial elements of the process. To achieve the most effective pavement,

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Porous vs. Non-Porous Athletic Tracks

Schools want their student-athletes to excel. An integral way they can help them do that is by providing a quality running track. Choosing the right type of track can be the difference between a long-lasting and high-performing field and a

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Factors to Consider When Deciding between Track Replacement and Repair

Running on a smooth track is vital for optimum athletic performance. No matter the sport or activity, ditches, scrapes, and other surface inconsistencies can occur over time. But how can athletic directors know when it’s time to repair or

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What Our Clients Say

  • We chose AACI to work on 3 different running track and sports construction projects. In all instances AACI’s work ranks as the BEST example in sports construction I have ever witnessed in my 33 years in this industry.

    John Bell, PE
    President, Kinsey Associations,
    Park & Recreation Consultants
  • Upon final inspection of Bucknell University’s new asphalt pavement for their 2012 running track project, Geoff Daley exclaimed: “In 20+ years of synthetic track surfacing, I have not seen asphalt paved to that precision and consistency.

    Geoff Daley, CTB
    Chief Estimator and Director of Quality Assurance